All Things Gardening forum: Citrus in Texas

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Name: Debby
Gulf Coast Texas (Zone 8b)
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Dec 1, 2014 8:56 AM CST
Pics today of my kumquat and meyers lemons. Both are bearing to the point of breaking. Also have tangerine (yummy) and navel orange fruits, as well as a grapefruit or two on plants just planted this year.

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Name: Cynthia (Cindy)
Melvindale, Mi (Zone 5b)
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Region: United States of America Region: Michigan Vegetable Grower Daylilies Hummingbirder Heucheras
Dec 1, 2014 11:03 AM CST
Wow, very nice!!!
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Name: Debra
Garland, TX (NE Dallas suburb) (Zone 8a)
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Dec 6, 2014 7:20 AM CST
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Name: Maryl
Oklahoma (Zone 7a)
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Region: Oklahoma Enjoys or suffers hot summers
Dec 8, 2014 7:40 PM CST
A friend of mine in California introduced me to the joys of Kumquats a few years ago. What a remarkable taste treat that was. Unless you have a greenhouse they really don't overwinter here unfortunately. A few years back I looked all over for a commercial site that sold Kumquat marmalade with no luck. How great that you will have a fresh batch to eat any time now........Maryl

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