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Re: was Xmas, now citrus


Sorry I can't help there. I can grow them outside fine, but have killed several inside in the past. Good luck.

Theresa

Cathy Carpenter wrote:

Do you have any good references on how to grow citrus (Meyer lemon) as a houseplant? Mine is very(!) unhappy.
Cathy
On Tuesday, November 16, 2004, at 07:37 PM, james singer wrote:


Thinking outside the pine box is always interesting, I think. We try to have a tree, but one that decorates itself. Kumquats are excellent because they are loaded with little orange fruit in winter. In fact. any citrus is probably self-decorated in December.


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