The Q&A Archives: Buddhas Hand Citrus Tree

Question: I am in search of a strange looking ornamental citrus called Buddha's Hand. Do you have any information about it and where to get it?

Answer: I checked around and found a possilbe source for Buddha's Hand ornamental citrus:<br><br>Four Winds Growers<br>P.0. Box 3538<br>Freemont, CA 94539<br>Ph. (510) 656-2591<br><br>I understand they charge $18 to $38 depending on the size of the plant. Generally, citrus need a sunny, wind-free site and a well-drained soil. They are heavy feeders, and should be fertilized regularly. It is important that they have a consistant supply of water. Should you order a Buddha's Hand, ask for specific growinginstructions for that variety.

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