I potted it, changed my mind, planted it in the ground, changed my mind, dug it up and re-potted it, and finally just stuck it in the ground out in the front yard strip along the driveway. It's been doing great there, but it sure sticks out in the winter when the nearby pomegranates lose their leaves.
Appearances aside, my real issue with the Meyer lemon is that it is a lemon. You can't just pick and eat one, you have to either make lemonade, or cook with it, or make marmalade (which is delicious), but you can't just eat it. Plus, as I previously mentioned, we already have one that's 7 feet tall. So when I received a Kashmir Blend Pomegranate, I knew it was time to dig up that lemon tree. Which would you rather have too many of? Lemons or Pomegranates? I can eat at least one pomegranate every day, but I can't put lemons away that fast.
Knowing that I would be damaging the roots, I pruned the tree. I then carefully dug up the root system, taking great care not to damage any of the major roots and saving as many of the finer ones as I could. Once I had it out I planted it in a nice big 30-gallon pot near the garage door where I hope it will still produce a few lemons (although probably not this year). I planted the Kashmir Blend in the Meyer's place, and watered it in well. Now I have a nice row of 5 varieties of pomegranates, and a pretty (albeit abused) potted lemon tree to hide the garbage can.