Bush lemons start out as shrubs that produce knobby fruit known as bush lemons. These aren’t lemons that are usually consumed but are an ingredient in Australian Lemon Butter. Bush lemons are often a stock root for other lemons are are hardy, requiring little maintenance. They do require regular watering and plenty of sun to grow.
- A bush lemon is a large shrub or a small tree that produces dense evergreen foliage. The leaves are a glossy green.
- Growing bush lemon shrubs is not difficult as long as you live in a frost-free area. And bush lemon care is also quite easy.
- you’ll need to provide your plant with regular irrigation, especially during the blossom period. If bush lemon shrubs don’t get enough water during flowering, the fruit can drop.
“If you start growing bush lemon shrubs, you’ll find that it is not difficult. Nor is bush lemon care very time consuming.”