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ragnarlookbrood

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hello everyone, some help i'm new here. my small collection.
« on: January 30, 2020, 10:34:25 AM »
hi guys.
im new here. first of all. my enlgish is not so good so my excuses. every article i read here i am using google translate to understand better. i am very happy i found this forum because it helps me a lot.
since a year i started with some seeds from citrus fruits, orderd some citrus from a guy on internet and i also bought some little citrus plants in a small shop in the netherlands.

my small collection:

orderd from an internet guy:

- 5 x poncirus trifoliata (+- 10cm) (since april '19 but dont see em growing)


cutting from a local shop:

- 1 x orange arancio  (+- 10 cm)
- 2 x lemon unknown (+- 10 cm)

bought in a small shop in the netherlands:

- 2 x citrus volkameriana  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x poncirus trifoliata (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus ichang  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus x limon (toscane)   (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus aurantifolia  (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus reticulata KERAJI (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus x junos YUZU  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus hystrix KAFFIR LIME DJEROEK PEROET  (+- 10 cm)


my own grown seedlings:

- 2 x lemon primofiore  (1 of 2 lost al leaves)  (+- 20 cm) 
- 2 x mandarin unknown variety ( +- 5 cm)
- 3 x white grapefruit unknown variety  (+- 5 cm)
- 1 x grapefruit SWEETIE  (+- 5 cm)

seeds still germinating supermarket:

- 5 x blood orange MORO from italy
- 5 x grapefruit red from turkey ( i think RIO RED from turkey but not sure)
- 5 x grapefruit  STAR RUBY from usa
- 5 x clementines variety CLEMENULES from spain


NON - CITRUS:

2 x pommegranate from fruit supermarket
2 x passion fruit supermarket
3 x adcocado HASS ( 2 bio , 1 normal ?? ) supermarket
1 x  ANANAS supermarket
2 x  MANGO  (1 KENT, 1 unknown maybe also kent) supermarket


so my question is about my citrus plants
what do you think of my plants/ seeds?
are this nice plants or are they useless in future...?
or any tips to do with my citrusses

i am a noob but im trying to learn a lot here i hope someone has some advice for a beginning grower
again excuses for my english talk
 hope to make some new friends here

cheers






kumin

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Re: hello everyone, some help i'm new here. my small collection.
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2020, 12:53:51 PM »
ragnarlookbrood,
Congratulations on your Citrus collection. In regards to using Google translate, over the past 2 years I've done a lot of English-Russian translations. 2 tips that I use are doing a reverse translation to see if the results are still coherent and translating through a third language with which I have some familiarity (Spanish, or German in my case). If the translation transmits clearly and comprehensibly, I'm satisfied that it's an acceptable translation.
« Last Edit: January 30, 2020, 02:27:18 PM by kumin »

lebmung

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Re: hello everyone, some help i'm new here. my small collection.
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2020, 02:00:43 PM »
bought in a small shop in the netherlands:

- 2 x citrus volkameriana  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x poncirus trifoliata (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus ichang  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus x limon (toscane)   (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus aurantifolia  (+- 30 cm)
- 1 x citrus reticulata KERAJI (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus x junos YUZU  (+- 10 cm)
- 1 x citrus hystrix KAFFIR LIME DJEROEK PEROET  (+- 10 cm)


That shop sells seedlings.

brian

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Re: hello everyone, some help i'm new here. my small collection.
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2020, 10:59:09 AM »
Are you growing in containers?  Inside the house?  Or outside except for winter?

The seedlings may take a very long time to fruit.

 

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