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Improved Lemon Meyer Tree only $56.99 at Costco

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Costco is selling an Improved Meyer Lemon tree. This can be a great Mother's Day gift! I was looking for one and similar size can range from $75 to $100

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Hey thanks for this! I know some folks will not be interested but I'm in for 1!
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Good in zones 9 and 10, wont ship to zones 9 and 10 lmao
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Thanks, also in for one.

"This product does not ship to AL, AK, AZ, AR, FL, HI, ID, KS, MS, OR, PR, SC, TN, WA, TX, LA, or WV"
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Anyone know why they exclude certain states? Invasive species?
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Anyone know why they exclude certain states? Invasive species?
Certain states have stricter laws due to possible spread plant diseases
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If you get this I recommend some lemon tree insurance to hedge against lemon stealing whores.
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How do you improve a lemon tree?
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If you get this I recommend some lemon tree insurance to hedge against lemon stealing whores.
That seems unnecessary, just don't let more than 60 seconds go by between checks.
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Zone finder, since I had to look it up: https://www.gurneys.com/zone_finder

Previous commenter was correct, the only 9 or 10 area I can see that allows delivery of the tree is the southern corner of NV. It seems expensive for an indoor plant, but I guess that's up to you; we move some potted plants in and out depending on the season.
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I honestly thought this was some sort of computer software I had never heard of.
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That seems unnecessary, just don't let more than 60 seconds go by between checks.
Hasn't it been 60secs since we checked? HEY WHAT THE F---


Aren't these like $22 in-store?
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$56 seems a bit high. I bought one from local nursery last year for $30 and it's doing great. For anyone buying this, if you replant use soil made for citrus, it's much lighter drains very easily. Also use espoma fertilizer for citrus.

Check out this item at Target https://www.target.com/p/miracle-...A-53863504

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Espoma...vZEALw_wcB
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Ah man, buying a new one would have been much easier than stealing mine back from those jerks in Shelbyville.
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If you get this I recommend some lemon tree insurance to hedge against lemon stealing whores.
"I understood that reference"
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