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satsuma arctic frost

Posted by centexgardengirl 8b (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 30, 13 at 15:32

Hello all, I was at my local nursey today and came across Arctic Frost satsuma. Anyone tried this yet? In a container or in ground? How's the flavor?


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RE: satsuma arctic frost

There is such a variety called frost Owari. AKA standard Owari.I would guess the name Arctic frost satsuma is some play on words and its really your normal owari satsuma


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Which nursery carried Arctic Frost? It is supposedly able to withstand 5 to 10 degrees (F) colder than other satsumas.


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Thanks Ryan you are most likely right. @gcarrier I got mine at Hidden Falls Nursery in Killeen, TX. About $40.00 for a 3.5 gallon pot and very bushy. Good luck!


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If I can figure out the photobucket thing I will post a couple of pics of it. Thanks y'all!


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If I can figure out the photobucket thing I will post a couple of pics of it. Thanks y'all!


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Arctic Frost is a new release:
http://www.gardendebut.com/arctic-frost-satsuma.php

This company supplies Hidden Falls Nursery in Killeen.

Here is a link that might be useful: Arctic Frost


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How did it turn out so far?


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I have Arctic Frost in a container in zone 8a. Its great. It's sweet with a little tart aftertaste. Very memorable, and everyone who tastes it loves it. Pretty much seedless. We'll see how it does this winter. I hope to plant it out next spring on the south end of the house along with a Thomasville Citrangequat that will be further out.


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