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 -  Thursday, June 18, 2009
Finally got a good one
Reviewed By: Sportsroad (charlotte, nc)
It took about two months from ordering before I got the plant. The plant I got was tiny and not impressive at all! I sent an e-mail to Gurneys and they sent out a replacement pretty quickly. The replacement looked 100% better than the first plant, and was even flowering. I have gotten some great plants from these guys in the past, and since they redeemed themselves with this one, I will continue to do business with them in the future.
 -  Wednesday, February 29, 2012
received in great shape
Reviewed By: Joshdx (Houma, LA)
i ordered the patio collection.Came in in great shape, sadly though my dog decided to make a snack out of them.will have to order some more next season
 -  Wednesday, March 07, 2012
My tree looks pitiful
Reviewed By: Jennifer (Wellford, SC)
I bought the mini lemon, lime and orange trees last year and they do not look very good. I brought them indoors for the winter and have a plant light on them for 6 hours a day. They have lost almost all of their leaves and am not sure if they will make it.
 -  Saturday, October 23, 2010
thorns
Reviewed By: Kim Pozivilko (St. Joseph, MI)
I received lemon, orange and lime trees and they have grown well, but they look like bushes and are full of very large thorns. I called Gurneys and they told me that the photos are of mature plants and that my lemon tree will lose the large thorns and look more like a tree instead of a thorn bush as it matures. I thought people should know about this if they have little children or pets as the thorns are very long and sharp, some over an inch long.
 -  Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Doing Pretty Good
Reviewed By: Kim (Dallas, Georgia)
I received this lemon tree last spring,planted it, and moved it outside when the weather got warm. It grew to about a foot or so with beautiful dark green leaves. Brought it inside before 1st frost and it has lost most of its leaves but the stems are still green. It has now produced about 4 flowers and the lemons are forming. I think you just have to allow time for this tree but I will wait to see if more leaves form soon. I will move it back outside when no spring temps allow. Overall, I am happy. I also ordered the Olive tree and it died but Gurneys is replacing it this spring.