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60 - 70cm citrus trees inc Lemon, Calamondin, Kumquat & Chinotto in 22cm pot £14.99 each from 28th February in store @ Aldi
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60 - 70cm citrus trees inc Lemon, Calamondin, Kumquat & Chinotto in 22cm pot £14.99 each from 28th February in store @ Aldi

£14.99£4063%Aldi Deals
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Posted 24th FebLocal
I won a lemon tree last week from the local garden centre via a Facebook competition and it was meant to be £40 and these are the same size so thought they seemed great value.
In store only from Thursday 28th February all £14.99 each

Great for conservatories and putting out in the summer. Large as they are between 60cm and 70cm tall and come in a 22cm pot.
Choose from lemon, Calamondin, Kumquat & Chinotto. I am growing my own lemons for my gin!

Introduce a lovely Citrus Plant to your home to give it a little taste of the exotic. Coming in its own plastic grower pot, you'll find a selection of different citrus plants, including lemon, chinotto or kumquat to choose from. Perfect for adding a colourful, tropical touch inside your home or conservatory.


Lemon
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Chinotto
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Kumquat
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Calamondin
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I'm detecting some bitterness in this thread. 🍋
Think i might buy one these kumquat may.
marty-40124/02/2019 10:46

Of just buy the lemons as you need them and grow something cheaper, which …Of just buy the lemons as you need them and grow something cheaper, which suits the British climate eg. Currant bush.


I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own tree - can't beat eating something you have grown yourself - potatoes, chillies and carrots we have grown have been the best we have ever tasted. 3 huge lemons on my tree already
getknk24/02/2019 17:07

Do you have the lemon outside during winter?


The horticulture manager who gave it me said he had 4. Said put them outside a sunny position from April bring them in end of September. He keeps his in a double insulated greenhouse that doesn’t go below 4 degrees. He said water them more than you think, use citrus food and repot with citrus compost and prune to the size you want. I will put them out in April but it’s in my conservatory for now in sun as they like that apparently. Here’s my Lemmy Henry

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£14 seems about right
Think i might buy one these kumquat may.
Of just buy the lemons as you need them and grow something cheaper, which suits the British climate eg. Currant bush.
marty-40124/02/2019 10:46

Of just buy the lemons as you need them and grow something cheaper, which …Of just buy the lemons as you need them and grow something cheaper, which suits the British climate eg. Currant bush.


I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own tree - can't beat eating something you have grown yourself - potatoes, chillies and carrots we have grown have been the best we have ever tasted. 3 huge lemons on my tree already
emribena11 m ago

I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own …I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own tree - can't beat eating something you have grown yourself - potatoes, chillies and carrots we have grown have been the best we have ever tasted. 3 huge lemons on my tree already


True. But folk should bear in mind they will need a bright, airy, warm conservatory or similar to get them to keep fruiting.
I'm detecting some bitterness in this thread. 🍋
Watch out for scale insect!
emribena24/02/2019 10:48

I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own …I just like the thought of growing and picking my own lemons off my own tree - can't beat eating something you have grown yourself - potatoes, chillies and carrots we have grown have been the best we have ever tasted. 3 huge lemons on my tree already


Do you have the lemon outside during winter?
My dads been growing one of these in the conservatory - no fruit for 4 years now it finally has some but the tree is bloody massive! These things grow pretty darn quick and won’t fruit normally outside (need to be house grown in England) so only get one of you have a tonne of room in your conservatory and a love for high maintenance trees (they take a lot of upkeep keeping leaves free from scale bugs and feeding)
getknk24/02/2019 17:07

Do you have the lemon outside during winter?


The horticulture manager who gave it me said he had 4. Said put them outside a sunny position from April bring them in end of September. He keeps his in a double insulated greenhouse that doesn’t go below 4 degrees. He said water them more than you think, use citrus food and repot with citrus compost and prune to the size you want. I will put them out in April but it’s in my conservatory for now in sun as they like that apparently. Here’s my Lemmy Henry

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Edited by: "emribena" 24th Feb
emribena24/02/2019 18:19

The horticulture manager who gave it me said he had 4. Said put them …The horticulture manager who gave it me said he had 4. Said put them outside a sunny position from April bring them in end of September. He keeps his in a double insulated greenhouse that doesn’t go below 4 degrees. He said water them more than you think, use citrus food and repot with citrus compost and prune to the size you want. I will put them out in April but it’s in my conservatory for now in sun as they like that apparently. Here’s my Lemmy Henry [Image]

It provides fruit and cleans your carpets too?
consume1 m ago

It provides fruit and cleans your carpets too?


No silly that would be Lemmy Dyson!
looool
No lemons on my Tree, had them for almost 2 years now, problem is you need to feed them.
come come mr bond, you enjoy saying kumquat just as much a i do
emilyyC24/02/2019 17:29

My dads been growing one of these in the conservatory - no fruit for 4 …My dads been growing one of these in the conservatory - no fruit for 4 years now it finally has some but the tree is bloody massive! These things grow pretty darn quick and won’t fruit normally outside (need to be house grown in England) so only get one of you have a tonne of room in your conservatory and a love for high maintenance trees (they take a lot of upkeep keeping leaves free from scale bugs and feeding)


I take my child for dance classes and the school has a small Bush of these outside. Small Bush less than 2 feet tall has atleast 20 lemons or more on it. It had always had lemons on it even when the whole place seems frozen over!
bubblesmoney2 h, 36 m ago

I take my child for dance classes and the school has a small Bush of these …I take my child for dance classes and the school has a small Bush of these outside. Small Bush less than 2 feet tall has atleast 20 lemons or more on it. It had always had lemons on it even when the whole place seems frozen over!


Perks of global warming that will be shoving our thing out for a go outside immediately
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