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i'm looking for 2 unusual lemons:
- a striped one (my uncle had one growing in inn SE melbourne suburb) and
- a very juicy miniature one - about cumquat size - which grows abundantly on a large tree. that one i've only seen on a kibbutz in northern israel.
any ideas?
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Brain says...
the striped one is probably a variegated variety.

Jerry Coleby-Williams of ABC Gardening Australia has shown off his variegated Villa Franca in one of the segments.

http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s4201458.htm

There is a variegated Eureka as well.

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