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I want to plant some traditional farm style bush lemons with rough warty skin like the ones growing down the back paddocks on many farms in coastal NSW. Does anyone know where I purchase these?
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5th April 2017 1:46pm
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brad16 says...
Daleys.

www.daleysfruit.com.au/buy/bush-lemon-tree-tree.htm

At time of writing:

24 available in forestry tubes @ $2.90 ea (or $1.95 if you buy 8 or more)
6 available in mega tube @ $16.90 each
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7th April 2017 11:03am
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Julie says...
I doubt you could buy one from a retail nursery. They are mostly grown these days for grafting purposes,so a citrus grower may have some.

Or, they grow fairly easily from seed.
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7th April 2017 7:28pm
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Julie says...
Well, that is a surprise! Mine came from a grapefruit tree that was cut down - the stock grew back and became a thorny lemon tree. I have never fed, watered or mulched it, and it fruits for many months.
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