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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

CITRUS IS COMING






CITRUS IS COMING

SOMEWHERE BETWEEN NOVEMBER AND JANUARY OUR CITRUS WILL BE READY TO HARVEST. WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES---
WASHINGTON NAVEL ORANGE, BLOOD ORANGE, DELTA ORANGE, CARA CARA NAVEL, TEMPLE ORANGE, MANDARIN MURCOTT, MINEOLA TANGELO, BEARS LIME, MEXICAN LIME, LATE LANE NAVEL, TROVITA ORANGE, LISBON LEMON,RED BLUSH GRAPEFRUIT, ORO BLANCO GRAPEFRUIT,VALENCIA ORANGE AND LASTLY A NAGAMI KUMQUAT.

THE TREES ARE STILL FAIRLY YOUNG, THEY WERE PLANTED APPROX. 2005. BUT IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS WE WILL NEED VOLUNTEERS TO HARVEST THEM. DID I SEE A HAND GO UP?



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2 comments:

Robin Easton said...

Citrus doesn't do very well here but we have apricots trees growing everywhere. On tree corners, roadsides, people's yards. The same with apple trees and some plums. I love it because I go and pick the little apricots and make jam and freeze, etc. They are the sweetest you'll ever taste. And most are completely unattended and wild. Some years the ground is orange under the trees there are so many apricots.

miriam said...

Apricots are the best!!! Dale's Garden has an apricot tree that blessed us with the sweetest fruit this year. Every year we get more apricots---can't wait until next may.