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Re: Bulls horn acacia NOW Poncirus

Hmmm, Zem, maybe I need to look for seed and go that route.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Zemuly@aol.com
> 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 
> seeds.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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