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Cold Hardy Citrus / Ichang papeda fruiting season?
« on: November 21, 2020, 03:45:28 PM »
  My Ichang Papeda just started to flower recently in late fall. This the first time it flowers. I just wonder whether or not will it flowers through out the year.

  I grafted a small branch of Ichang Papeda on a young Poncirus seedling last fall. It surprised me with its flowers at an early age. The rootstock is now not even 1.5 years old. It currently has tiny flower buds all over the branches.

  Please share your experience about this papeda.


  I've checked everywhere in the US but could find a seedless variety of yuzu. The normal seedy yuzu is now everywhere but it was impossible to find it outside of Japan. I am happy with the less seedy yuzu as well.

  I would appreciate so much if someone find me a place to purchase one.

 Thank you very much

Temperate Fruit Discussion / List of best rootstock for jujube?
« on: January 07, 2019, 10:03:43 AM »
  Does anyone know any best dwarf rootstock for jujube?


  Some souce claimed that Marumi Kumquat can withstand 10F and start to lose leaves at 0F without injury. Is it a myth?

    Does anyone have an idea of which variety of citrus or citrus hybrid would go dormant in winter?

    Poncirus trifoliata
    Marumi Kumquat  (lose leaves at 0F but not sure if considered dormancy)
    Thomasvilles citrangequat?
    Keraji mandarin?
    Sanford curafora?

Cold Hardy Citrus / Meiwa Kumquat x Flying dragon (poncirus trifoliata)
« on: January 02, 2019, 07:02:15 PM »

Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / sanford curafora Segentrange in search
« on: January 02, 2019, 06:53:09 PM »
  Does anyone have seedlings or seeds of this type of citrus? Sanford F2 curafora.

 I would be grateful for any stock.


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