Volkamer Lemon Tree Seeds Volkameriana Lemon
Bag of 12 Volkameriana Lemon Seeds, orange-colored lemon, Flowering in March-April, white flowers discreetly tinged with orange pink, the fruits are harvested at the end of winter and in spring.
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Lemon Tree Volkamer with orange-colored fruits
Citrus volkameriana, the orange lemon or Volkamer lemon, gives fruits resembling small oranges, but is used like a lemon!
It is also called Citrus limonia. It is a cross between a bitter orange and a citron.
Bag of 12 Volkameriana Lemon Seeds.
Citrus volkameriana is a rootstock widely used as a rootstock for other citrus varieties. Very vigorous, it has strong resistance to citrus diseases such as the Trèsza virus. Fast growth, hardy up to -7°C.
Its foliage is evergreen, dark green, shiny, vigorous. Its branches are stiff, thorny and its shape is spreading.
Flowering in March-April, white flowers discreetly tinged with orange pink, the fruits are harvested at the end of winter and in spring.
Their skin is thick orange when ripe. Juicy, sweet and tangy flesh. Very aromatic zest, extraordinary for flavoring various preparations, desserts, marmalades...
How to Sow Volkameriana Lemon Seeds:
- Soak the pip seeds in water for 12 to 24 hours.
- Sow Volkameriana seeds by pressing them lightly into the substrate (approximately 5 mm)
- Sow the seeds in a well-drained germination substrate, if possible 1 seed per plot, in a mini-greenhouse to maintain a minimum temperature of 25°C.
- Keep moist, cool but not soggy.
- The emergence of the plant generally occurs between 20 and 40 days (3 and 5 weeks with a success rate of around 70/80%).
- Be careful, excess heat or humidity can cause seeds to rot.
- When your plants have reached a height of 10/15cm, you can place them in individual pots with a substrate specific to citrus fruits, or composed of 1/3 garden soil, 1/3 horticultural soil, 1/3 sand rude.
We have a plantation of 400 lemon trees of different varieties. these trees produce fruit, from which we extract the seeds. We therefore know the quality of these unique seeds, which will surely give the expected variety and fruits.