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Re: gardenchat DIGEST V1 #1959

I personally would check a local nursery, especially if they grow in your  
area.  These will be grown locally on a rootstock that is good for your  area.  
I've always heard that Satsuma is the most cold hardy, and quite  frankly I 
love the taste of it.   Easy to peel, yields a lot of fruit,  even when in a 
large container.   And I suppose if it is in a  container, you would not have to 
worry too much about appropriate  rootstock.  Just my thoughts....
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/20/2006 11:02:38 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Any  ideas on where to get a Clementine Jim or Noreen?

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