Genoa Lemon:  Introduced into California from Genoa Italy in 1875, this variety has similar characteristics to Eureka. In regions of Chile and Argentina where it is grown commercially it is appreciated for its vigorous growth, cold resistance and lush, dense foliage.

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Yen Ben Lemon: Similar to Lisbon, this variety is the primary cultivar produced in New Zealand for the Japanese export market. It is smooth skinned with a thin rind and low numbers of seeds. Produces abundantly throughout the year with over 60% of harvestable fruit developing in winter.

Yen Ben Lemon: Similar to Lisbon, this variety is the primary cultivar produced in New Zealand for the Japanese export market. It is smooth skinned with a thin rind and low numbers of seeds. Produces abundantly throughout the year with over 60% of harvestable fruit developing in winter.

Ponderosa Lemon:  Extra large fruit of this citron-lemon hybrid are a favorite among collectors of novelty citrus. Fragrant blooms produce gigantic lemons with many seeds. Tree tends to be thorny and rangy with an open habit. Needs pruning to control shape.

Ponderosa Lemon: Extra large fruit of this citron-lemon hybrid are a favorite among collectors of novelty citrus. Fragrant blooms produce gigantic lemons with many seeds. Tree tends to be thorny and rangy with an open habit. Needs pruning to control shape.

"Lisbon Lemon: Fruit quite similar to Eureka. Thornier, dense foliage. Ample year-round crop. Good producer in hot inland regions. Somewhat more resistant to cold than Eureka once established."

"Lisbon Lemon: Fruit quite similar to Eureka. Good producer in hot inland regions. Somewhat more resistant to cold than Eureka once established.

"Eureka Lemon: Produces large crops of lemons annually. Bears all year. This is the common market variety lemon. Easy to espalier, and fewer thorns than other traditional lemons."

"Eureka Lemon: Produces large crops of lemons annually. This is the common market variety lemon. Easy to espalier, and fewer thorns than other traditional lemons.

"The Improved Meyer Lemon: The gourmet lemon. 'Improved' refers to the California state tested, virus-free clone, a collaborative discovery of Joe Grimshaw and Four Winds founder Floyd Dillon in the early 1950's. Very juicy; not as tart as Eureka. Prolific bearer nearly year-round; heaviest in winter. Mature fruit takes on a golden hue.

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