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Marcin

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Our citrus plants' photos
« on: April 18, 2014, 12:48:18 PM »
There was no such topic where we can show our plants so I've created one. Let me start, these are a few of my citrus plants :)

Thomson navel orange, already outdoors. Not many flowers this year, but there's still some hope for fruits.


Pummelo of unknown variety, I'm waiting for the first fruits to be able to tell more about it. The smaller plant is a Murraya paniculata seedling.


The same Murraya seedling closeup:


This is an Australian fingerlime or a faustrime tree. The smaller ones are: a lemon of Turkish origin (unknown var.), Sanford Curafora F2, and a fragment of Nagami kumquat ;)


And Eustis limequat, this one is still inside. It's going to bloom.


Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon' flushing, but no flowers yet. It's the only citrus plant that grows inground in my garden. It has already survived 3 winters, one with temps going down to -30 C (-22 F). It's quite a hardy thing, I have to say 8)


A view of the same plant during last summer and autumn:



That's all for today. ;) Hope you'll add some photos of your plants too.
« Last Edit: April 18, 2014, 12:49:56 PM by Marcin »

 

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