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A very fruitful tree, from the garden.

Just for fun; at the bottom, the biggest (ponderosa) lemon I have had so far.

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That looks great, thanks for posting.

I have been looking for a while for a yellow's lemon tree, but all i could find are green's lime tree.

Do you know where i can buy a tree with big yellow lemons?

Thanks.

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Unfortunately I do not know, if you or someone you know is fluent in Thai; Google it in Thai, you are guaranteed to get some leads.

Otherwise some of the agricultural centers might have it.

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Soidog2, where do you live if I can ask?

Do you think that these kind of lemons can grow in the Isaan area?

Been looking to find for years now.....no success.

Many Thanks.

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Have seen some growing near Somdet in Kalasin. Healthy tree with good fruit.

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Soidog2, where do you live if I can ask?

Do you think that these kind of lemons can grow in the Isaan area?

Been looking to find for years now.....no success.

Many Thanks.

I am in lower Buriram; it will definitely grow.

See post # 5

Best regards.

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Hello All, not to long ago there was a thread that gave info on a shop

at JJ-BKK if I remember, you might try a forum search for lemon trees.

T he pic if from the shops www. add in the thread, I saved it to show

when I go to nurseries or ag shows.

rice555

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Most lemon trees come back true from the seeds. 5/6 year wait though.

Regards.

A scary thing i did read browsing many green forums, is that when you try to get a tree from the seed rather than from stem, is that you might have to wait for many years(up to 10?) before you can see if it will give fruits or not, and the percentage of sterile trees is high, that's why the stem reproduction is much better.

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Soidog2, where do you live if I can ask?

Do you think that these kind of lemons can grow in the Isaan area?

Been looking to find for years now.....no success.

Many Thanks.

I am in lower Buriram; it will definitely grow.

See post # 5

Best regards.

I'm in Kap Choeng south of Surin and have 10 Spanish Lemons trees. It just takes TLC.

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It just takes TLC.

Is that some sort of lemon's fertilizer or ???

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That looks great, thanks for posting.

I have been looking for a while for a yellow's lemon tree, but all i could find are green's lime tree.

Do you know where i can buy a tree with big yellow lemons?

Thanks.

I typed into Thai google มะนาวเหลือง literary, yellow limes or ตอนมะนาวเหลือง, yellow lime trees ,,nanagarden.com, they come up, once befor when looking for somthing,they come up,they seem to be a big outfit,if that means any thing.there are others places

Good luck.

KS

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It just takes TLC.

Is that some sort of lemon's fertilizer or ???

and a Thai green thumb.

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If anyone is interested, with two months notice I will grow you some yellow lemon trees from stems from my trees (max 10-15 a month),

or if I have enough 'Som O' root stock, grafted on those.

They usually blossom and have fruit in a year

Andy

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