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Re: Buddha's Hand Citrus

This is true, Zem.  This plant is seen a lot here in Houston.....mostly in 
the Asian community, and some plant lovers keep it for it's unique look.  It is 
used in potpourri, and flavoring, but not edible like a regular citrus fruit.  
Probably because there is not much flesh to it at all since the fingers are 
relatively thin.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 5/14/2004 4:26:48 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I had a book on citrus when I lived in Florida, and it seems to me that
said Buddha's Hand is for decorative purposes only and is not
really meant for 
eating. It did not say the fruit was

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