Author Topic: Frosthardiness experience with citrusvarieties in zone 7, down to 3,2 F  (Read 5489 times)

tedburn

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The Chimera Prague lost the small fruit after a few weeks.

Two new plants for winterhardytest are new in ground.
First a multigraft on Flying Dragon with Morton Citrange, Dunstan and 5* Citrumelo.
Bloomsweet and Keraji are new grafts on the Flying Dragon.


Following picture is Ichangquat on Poncirus


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Re: Frosthardiness experience with citrusvarieties in zone 7, down to 3,2 F
« Reply #51 on: August 27, 2022, 01:50:19 AM »
Just a short update of my frosthardy citrus.
They all are doing well after 2 years in ground.
Though only Chimera Prague and Ichangensis Ivia had one flower each the others none. But all are good growing though some are slowly growing, especially my Thomasville and Ivia but also Chimera Prague is abmore slow grower.
Here two pictures of the smallest one, Thomasville, and the fastest grower Sanford Curafora F2 with an heigt now of 1,3 m, after restarting in may 2021 by 20 cm after frost damage in the 1. winter.
Enjoy your frosthardy citrus , ;D




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Re: Frosthardiness experience with citrusvarieties in zone 7, down to 3,2 F
« Reply #52 on: September 29, 2022, 12:57:56 AM »
In ground Ichangensis Ivia, slow growing, still get flower buds in early autumn.


 

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