Ujukitsu (sweet lemon)

petejoanSeptember 15, 2007

Last fall I planted seeds from the Ujukitsu lemon and now have 4 plants that are about 2 foot tall growing in pots. I want to plant these in the ground next spring. Can I plant as is or do I need to graft them to a rootstock first?

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
mrtexas(9a)

Ujukitsu does not come true from seed.

    Bookmark   September 15, 2007 at 3:23PM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
Wish me luck - transplanted a 6-7 year old Golden Nugget
Planted too close to a bearss, the lime was towering...
serge94501
Broken Satsuma and Kumquat trees
Hello all. Last May, I planted satsuma and kumquat...
lsugolfredman
Meyer Lemon tree question
I have a 3-4yr old meyer lemon tree i've kept in a...
clo4l8ty
Thomasville Citrangequat Zone 6b SUCCESS
Just wanted to let everyone know that my Thomasville...
rqhansen
Bugs 16
Bugs 15 is getting to big so starting this one. Trace...
tcamp30144(7B N.ATLANTA)
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™