Do I have to pollinate my lemon tree?
Fortunately most citrus are self-fruitful and do not need another plant for pollination. Many citrus varieties require a period of cool weather or drought to stimulate bloom and fruiting. However, extremes of either condition can damage the plants.
Do you need two Meyer lemon trees?
Meyer lemons are “self-pollinating,” which means you don’t need a second tree to get fruit. The pollen on the tree will cling to the stigmas in other flowers, which creates the little lemons.
Do you need male and female lemon trees?
Lemon trees are monoecious, so they have both the male and female reproductive organs in the same tree. There are no independent lemon trees. Lemon trees can produce bisexual flowers that have both male and female sex organs in the same flower.
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- Do you need male and female lemon trees?
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