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citrus trees

Posted by carrie751 z7/8 TX (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 4, 11 at 8:56

For those of you planning on buying citrus trees this season, Calloway's has them on sale tomorrow only.


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RE: citrus trees

thanx Miss Carry.


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RE: citrus trees

TY!
Susan


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RE: citrus trees

They have fruit trees 30% off today.
Herbs are $1.99 (regular $2.49)
Selected perennials are $3.99 (regular $5.98)
There were other specials too, but these caught my eye.
Susan


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RE: citrus trees

I LOVE Calloways. They have the best selection out of anywhere. What types of citrus trees grow best in N Texas? Do lemons work?


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RE: citrus trees

Catherine, sadly no citrus can survive in North Texas unless you bring them indoors before it freezes. You'd have to move way south before you could grow citrus outside all year. A lot of people keep their citrus trees in a big pot and drag them in and out each season.


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