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Re: kumquats.....Jim S?

> Interesting, Auralie. Kumquats likely do have greater cold tolerance 
> than most citrus. They are in the same family as citrus, Rutaceae, but 
> a different species, Fortunella. I've also heard [but can't verify] 
> that they grow in parts of Korea.

The extent of our Rutaceous plants here are pretty much limited to 
Zanthoxylum and Philodendron, so I don't know much about growing

What's the best way to try planting some kumquats here?  Just stick
the seeds in the soil and pray?  Any special requirements?



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