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Meyer lemon needs a new home

 
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Hi folks, I bought a meyer lemon a couple of years ago, and it is living in a 3-gallon bucket. Because of some major life changes, I gave it to my sister to tend. I won't have a place for it this winter, and she wants it gone. It's in Seattle. If you would like it, let me know. By this time, I am sure it wants to be in a larger container.
 
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well, 73 people viewed this, does that mean there all out of range? I'd be happy to pick it up.  gil
 
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Meyer has found a home!
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