Lemon is possibly one of the most used fruits in cooking. It is added to many dishes and sauces to enhance the flavor and stability of dishes. This variety comes straight from our gardens and farms and is a prolific producer in the right conditions with trees producing more than 50 fruit each after the 3rd year.
Leave the lemon seeds in a cup of warm water overnight. This will help them sprout faster. Make sure that the pointy tip is pointing downward into the soil, and the rounded part is pointing upward towards you. The roots will come out of the pointy part. Begin by placing a sheet of clear plastic cling wrap over the pot. Wrap a rubber band around the plastic wrap to secure it to the pot. Poke a few holes into the plastic wrap. You can use a pencil, a toothpick, or even a fork. These holes will allow the plant to breathe.
Place the pot in a warm location. You can place the pot in a sunny location too, but sunlight is not vital at this point. In fact, too much sunlight can “cook” the young, delicate seedlings. You should see a sprout emerge in about two weeks. The ideal temperature is between 20°C and 28°C.
Minimum of 10 seeds per pack
All seeds are tested and grown on our farm in Malawi and our growing area in South Africa. Please check conditions in your area for the type of seed to be grown. Growth rates and germination times are dependent on many factors such as soil conditions, rainfall/watering patterns, climate, and many more.
Growth and harvest can be affected by these conditions. Please note that certain countries require specific permission to grow certain plants or ban their growth completely. Please check your local regulations before purchasing products.
We will not be held responsible for products purchased that are not allowed in your country/province