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•True Lemons: This variety of lemons was first grown in India. Afterward it spread to the Mediterranean and from there it was taken to the Americas by Christopher Columbus.
•Eureka: The two basic types of lemons today are Eureka, which first grew in California, and Lisbon, which actually originated in Australia. The former is a large and wide-growing tree with very few twigs and branches. It produces lemon clusters during the spring and summer months.
•Lisbon: This Australian-born lemon is known for its thick trees and various vertical and thorny branches. This lemon variety bears fruits in the summer and autumn season. Of its two varieties, the fruit of Lisbon lemon trees contains more seeds than its Californian counterpart.
•Avon and Bearss: These trees are also of Californian origin. Of them, Avon was propagated originally in 1934 and was planted in Avon Park’s Alpine Grove. Here, it produced many lemons that are well suited for frozen concentrate. Bearss is said to be close to the Lisbon type while Harvey is similar to Eureka.
•Meyer: This lemon variety was first introduced in 1908 in China. Not a typical lemon, the fruit of this tree is used as lemon substitutes, though it is less acidic than the usual lemons. Lemons of this variety are close to typical oranges in shape, size, color of peel and pulp. Meyer trees spread wide but are small and hardly have any thorns. This variety is quite sweet in taste, less tart, and is very popular in south Texas, for which reason it is known as Valley Lemon.
•Villafranca: This lemon tree type has its roots in Sicily. From here, it was taken to Europe in 1875 and from there it was further introduced to Sanford, Florida. It is close to the Eureka lemon type. The Villafranca tree is large, with thick foliage and thornier than Eureka but as it grows older, it loses its thorns. One of its two strains bears fruit perennially while the other bears fruit in summer. It is now commercially grown in Israel, but is not as popular in India.
•Rough Lemon: Very much like True Lemons, the fruit of Rough Lemons is larger, bumpier, and seedier than the former.
•Dorshapo: This is a typical lemon tree grown in Brazil, which is very much like Eureka in its tree traits and fruit. The fruit of this tree contains very little acid content. It is also grown in Latin America and the Mediterranean.
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