|Can you please tell me the difference between dwarf and semi-dwarf lemon and lime trees? Thanks.|
|citrus grows to about two-thirds the size of a standard tree. Depending on the citrus variety a mature semi-dwarf tree reaches between 15ʼ and 20ʼ tall. Notable exceptions are Eureka & Lisbon Lemons, which are too vigorous for true dwarfing.|
A dwarfing rootstock reduces the proportions of the tree, however, dwarfing does not change the fruit size. Most dwarf citrus will reach a height of approximately 6ʼ–8ʼ at maturity.
Hope this clarifies things for you.