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In Spanish it is called mameyito.

In English it is known as the lemon drop mangosteen. The fast-growing tree reaches a height of about 5 meters. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils, up to an altitude of around feet. It can be grown successfully and will fruit in a large pot.

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It grows best with regular water in full sun in a humid environment/5(22). Zillow has 3 homes for sale in matching Large Mature Trees. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place. Photo Info. PHOTOS ARE FOR EDITORIAL PURPOSES ONLY TO PROVIDE A LIKENESS OF THE PLANTS OFFERED. We do not ship the actual plant in the photos.

Please check the pot size located in the plant description and refer to the (best packaging) link at the bottom of the page to get a better idea of what you will receive or contact us prior to purchase. Find 2 listings related to The Lemon Tree in Tomball on shrubpruning.buzz See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for The Lemon Tree locations in Tomball, TX. The tree is generally propagated from seeds, though it can be grafted.

No named cultivars are known. Seeds lose viability if dried, but can retain viability for a period of months if kept moist. 3 It is a fairly fast-grower for a Garcinia and can fruit within years from seed. 8 Food Uses Lemon drop mangosteen is primarily consumed fresh.

Check out our lemon drop mangosteen selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our plants shops. Trees. Our Nursery grows native trees such as Drummond Maple, Bald Cypress, Shumardii and Nuttall Oaks. We also grow privacy trees such as Southern Magnolias, Cherry Laurels, Bottle Brush, American Hollies and Japanese Blueberries. Bottle Brush and Japanese Blueberries are available in the tree form or bush type.

We grow plenty of Crape Myrtles.