Lemons

We take great pride in selecting, growing and nurturing the best Citrus Trees for the South Eastern United States. 

This variety of lemon tree came from Tifton, Georgia.  It is cold-hardy and produces a tasty, fairly large lemony tasting lemon. Restaurants love this lemon because it slices up well for cooking and makes a beautiful adornment for dishes and drinks.

Ambrosia

This variety of lemon tree came from Tifton, Georgia. It is cold-hardy and produces a tasty, fairly large lemony tasting lemon. Restaurants love this lemon because it slices up well for cooking and makes a beautiful adornment for dishes and drinks.
The Meyer Lemon is less tart than an ordinary store lemon and slightly larger.  It can be used like an ordinary lemon for lemonade or for a lemon pie. Improved Meyer Lemon not only produce thin skinned, juicy and sweeter lemons but also make an attractive landscape tree.

Meyer

The Meyer Lemon is less tart than an ordinary store lemon and slightly larger. It can be used like an ordinary lemon for lemonade or for a lemon pie. Improved Meyer Lemon not only produce thin skinned, juicy and sweeter lemons but also make an attractive landscape tree.
UGA Grand Frost Lemon – This lemon was derived by Dr. Wayne Hanna, University of Georgia, from the Ichang lemon. He has less than 6 seeds per fruit. It’s a big lemon with a circumference of fruit from 25 to 28 cm. The Grand Frost Lemon is good for cooking, cleaning, and making lemonade.

UGA Grand Frost

UGA Grand Frost Lemon – This lemon was derived by Dr. Wayne Hanna, University of Georgia, from the Ichang lemon. He has less than 6 seeds per fruit. It’s a big lemon with a circumference of fruit from 25 to 28 cm. The Grand Frost Lemon is good for cooking, cleaning, and making lemonade.