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Discussion in 'Citrus' started by Junglekeeper, Nov 3, 2005.
This poll creates a profile of the type of receptacle used by forum participants to grow citrus.
Junglekeeper, I need a third option for both
Citrus grown in containers and grown in the
ground. Okay, no need to change things, I
voted for both.
Im surprised - not that many replies to this. I have both in ground and in pots.
I am hoping that my hardy varieties do well in the ground. So far only Meyer lemons and St Ann Satsumas, Thomasville Citrangequats are producing fruit.
Two in the ground, and many in containers (black nursery containers of various sizes. Greg, if you pick the fruit from your Thomasville when it first becomes ripe it makes an excellent lime substitute, but isn't sufficiently sweet to eat out of hand until December. I had great hopes for Edmonton and kept my fingers crossed to the end. - Millet