Few lemons will make it here in Gonzales County so, in general, consider them “pot” trees. One variety, though, has been grown successfully by several of our members in Gonzales County. Myers Lemon is actually a cross between a lemon and another citrus fruit that has provided a very large, thin skinned and juicy lemon. One lemon will make a glass of lemonade! The fruit is a bit seedy. These trees need some protection when becoming established but they are worth the trouble. Myers Lemon is a small tree (10 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet across) with heavy fruit production from August to January. We suggest the south side of you house or other protected location.