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Re: was Xmas, now citrus

In a message dated 11/17/2004 2:31:35 PM Central Standard Time,  
cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:

It is  simply dropping one leaf after another, and the ones remaining don't 
look very  good.

Is it getting enough sunlight?  Last year I killed the one I brought  in 
because I thought it would like my kitchen, which is has a lot of light but  no 
direct sun.  This year I put the new one on the enclosed porch with the  rest of 
the tropicals.  So far so good.  I'm hoping that if this one  sees everyone 
else is fairly happy it will be happy, too. :-)  Just have to  keep the kitties 
from using it.
zone 7
West TN

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