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HAVE: Kaffir lime tree (Citrus hystrix)

Posted by madsquopper 7a No. VA (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 12, 14 at 13:54

Free to anyone who wants it. Our problem is that we don't have a good spot to overwinter it, plus it currently has a bit of an aphid problem (happens every year when we bring it inside). During the summer it does great outside with few pest problems and is a pretty vigorous grower. Right now it's about 4 feet but I'll probably have to cut it back to transport.

Larry


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RE: HAVE: Kaffir lime tree (Citrus hystrix)

  • Posted by kousa Zone 6 (My Page) on
    Tue, Jan 28, 14 at 19:21

do you still have the kaffir lime tree? I would be happy to send you postage for it.


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RE: HAVE: Kaffir lime tree (Citrus hystrix)

Already have an exchange set up at the spring swap.


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RE: HAVE: Kaffir lime tree (Citrus hystrix)

If the swap does not work out, I would be glad to do a trade with you for it. I have peonies, daylilies and fruit cuttings that I can trade.


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RE: HAVE: Kaffir lime tree (Citrus hystrix)

And of course I'll always trade something for what you have. I just posted on the exchange list re Spring Swap-who wants to organize it and of course we can have it here again. Just thinking about it made me feel better about this endless winter. I am so ready for Spring!!


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