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Meyer lemons were widely available when I was in Canada but now that I've moved to Europe, I haven't seen them at all. Ideally, I'd like to have a little tree of my own (by the way of container gardening; I'd have to bring it in in the winter) and I saw a little one in a catalogue once for like, €40 /img/vbsmilies/smilies/surprised.gif. If a tree purchase wasn't available, buying the fruit on their own would be fine, but I haven't seen them. Are they referred to as something else? (For locals: I haven't seen in Hanos, and that was my last resort.)
 

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What a great story, Mimi :)  I can't believe you haven't watered it and got so much fruit from it!  I think you're right about it getting runoff from the pond.

I was lead to believe Meyer lemons in North America were grown in Florida, but in my search I see they're originally from China.  I would guess they'd also be grown in Spain or Italy (with the warm climate).

You're right, I might have to invest.  IKEA has large white (plastic?) square bags for potting that have handles on the side; it'd be perfect for moving.  
 
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