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Dwarf Orange Trees

Posted by jengc 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 22, 10 at 11:28

Hey guys! I know this has NOTHING to do with SFG but this was such a great deal, I HAD to share it with my friends.

I am not sure if this deal is still going but, Spring Hill Nursery has a code to give you $20 off any order over $20. I bought the Dwarf Navel Orange Tree. You can get 2 trees with a pot or 3 trees without a pot. I didn't realize that you can get 2 trees with a pot so I just ordered one of them and they reduced the price of the tree to $10 and then took $10 off as a discount code. I paid $12.95 shipping. Now I see that you can put in 2 for the trees and container and it comes out to being $20 and then with the code, you get $20 off. Anyway, I think $12.95 for a dwarf orange tree with a pot is AWESOME!!


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RE: Dwarf Orange Trees

Good Deal.
Curt~


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I see the hardiness zone is for zones 9-10, but you are in zone 7, how do you get away with that? Is is because it is in a pot?

I really want one of the meyer lemon, which is why I ask...


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The one I bought was in a pot and I think it said you can bring it in for all year fruit. But yes, I plan on keeping it inside when it is too cool.


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I ordered the Meyer lemon. I'll be growing mine inside during the winter months, if it ever gets here. I ordered it twelve days ago, and it still hasn't been shipped from the nursery.

Jen, I didn't see any option to get two of them for the $20. I ordered one and they deducted the full 19.95 and charged me $12.95 for the shipping.

Here is a link that might be useful: Annie's Kitchen Garden


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Thank you so much! I am hoping the sale stays on until payday. But if not I am ordering anyway....

Thanks again!


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Oh I hope it stays! I figured it would have gone off by now. Granny, I haven't gotten my yet either. I am not very happy right now. >:(

By the way, I am in NO affiliation with this company. I just saw the deal and thought you guys would love it. :D


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I know that, Jen. I do wish I'd read their reviews at Dave's Garden before I ordered though. Actually, I wish I'd thought about how difficult it will be to transport a tree to AZ and back every winter ;-)

Here is a link that might be useful: Annie's Kitchen Garden


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I am not seeing the 20.00 off. I also would like to know do you only need one tree or do you have to buy two in order for them to pollinate?

thank you for the info,


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