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Re: Bulls horn acacia NOW Poncirus

I am crazy about this plant -- probably because a beloved, and very 
eccentric, aunt of mine had a huge clump of them up against her fence (to protect 
against intruders, she said).  She never picked up all of the little "lemons" so 
they just reseeded everywhere.  We used to laugh that the seeds came up best 
after they had been in Aunt Annie Ruth's pocketbook for at least a year.  She 
always had a supply to give away at family gatherings. <LOL> The flowers are very 
fragrant, and the thorns are indeed awesome.  One can find at least one of 
them growing around the antebellum homes here.  Incidentally, they make pretty 
good lemonade if you don't mind taking out all the seeds, and they are mostly 

zone 7
West TN

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