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Millet

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New Zealand Lemonade Seeds
« on: August 27, 2014, 10:35:54 PM »
In a month or so the fruit on my New Zealand Lemonade tree should be turning color and the fruit will be mature. This will be the first crop off this tree, and I presume the fruit is seeded.    If anyone is interested in growing a New Zealand Lemonade tree from  seed send me a PM.  A New Zealand Lemonade tree should fruit in 3 - 5 years from seed, depending how well the tree is grown. - Millet

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Re: New Zealand Lemonade Seeds
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2014, 01:49:31 AM »
In a month or so the fruit on my New Zealand Lemonade tree should be turning color and the fruit will be mature. This will be the first crop off this tree, and I presume the fruit is seeded.    If anyone is interested in growing a New Zealand Lemonade tree from  seed send me a PM.  A New Zealand Lemonade tree should fruit in 3 - 5 years from seed, depending how well the tree is grown. - Millet

Millet, it's just lemonade tree. There is no difference between the Australian and NZ kind.

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Re: New Zealand Lemonade Seeds
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2014, 08:24:54 PM »
Srarling1  I believe your correct, that the two trees are probably identical.  However, when I purchased the tree from an American Citrus nursery it was listed in their catalog and sold to me as a New Zealand Lemonade tree. - Millet

 

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