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Citrus Taiwanica- where to buy

Posted by redfoxva 7a (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 15, 10 at 18:38

I am wondering because I may want one, especially considering its the only true citrus that will grow where I am, notwithstanding hybrids. I would want at least a 2 year old tree, with a good set of foliage (preferably not from seed)


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RE: Citrus Taiwanica- where to buy

this is an outfit here in the Bary Area that specialized in more unusual Asian stuff:

South Pacific Orchid Inc

Here is a link that might be useful: South Pacific Orchid Inc


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RE: Citrus Taiwanica- where to buy

Woodlander's nursery in Aiken, SC has it listed on their website.


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RE: Citrus Taiwanica- where to buy

Taiwanica wont' survive in z7 without protection. If you have to protect anyway, why not plant something edible like a satsuma. Citrus hardiness to 15F doesn't mean 24+ hours of freeze. 24+ hours of freeze kills all citrus, hardy or otherwise.


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