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My in the ground Miho while covered succumbed to 16oF this winter whereas my same sized Setos survived. I like Miho but they are not more cold hardy than any other Satsuma variety, this is a myth.
SO I CAN PLANT MY RUBY GRAPE FRUIT IN THE GROUND?
I live in zone 8 and have had a Ruby Red in a container for about 5 years now. It spends the winter inside of a green house but i recently moved so i have to move him inside the garage at nights.
I've never like grape fruit but I bought tree for my wife because she absolutely loves them!! I keep fruit on the tree for a really long time so it loses its tartness and they are absolutely delicious!!!! I would love to put it in the ground and get more than 5 pieces of grape fruit per year.
I don't understand the talk about the big corporations in California and Florida not able to compete. I thought Florida has had more citrus there for a long time.
Never tried one. Tastes like a lemon or different?Party my house... Meyers Lemon Drop Martinis followed by citrabomb shots.. That work?
I have to say I like lemonquats better than meyer lemons. I may catch some flack for that but I think they have better flavor.
Party my house... Meyers Lemon Drop Martinis followed by citrabomb shots.. That work?