Lemon Tree Growth Stages Guide

If you’re a fan of freshly squeezed lemon juice and love gardening, why not try growing your very own lemon tree?

And the best part is, you don’t even need a big backyard to do it! Lemon trees can thrive both indoors and outdoors, making them a great addition to any space.

If the environment is optimal, they can germinate into a new plant in 5 to 7 days. At this stage, you will observe the emergence of roots and tiny leaves as your lemon plant begins to form.


Once germinated successfully, you will see small green leaves emerging. The sprouts will continue to grow and produce new leaves, eventually developing into established stems and leaves.


As the young seedling grows, it will gradually become a sapling, and during this phase, it is important to shield it from cold temperatures.

Youth & Maturity

At 2 years of growth, your tree should begin forming buds during winter. Then, as temps rise in early spring, flowers will begin to emerge from the flower buds, producing little white blooms.


It takes around 4 months for lemons to mature. You’ll want to make sure to keep your citrus tree well-hydrated and fertilize it regularly. Also, be mindful of pests.


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