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Container citrus freeze

Posted by greenthumbNOTme 6A (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 11, 13 at 13:48

I had four three year old container citrus trees get caught in a late freeze when I was away. They are kept on a pallet with casters and are brought in under lights during the winter. The leaves are gone but the fleshy material still appears green when cut. Is there a chance that these plants will put out some new growth during a warm period or are these plants gone?

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RE: Container citrus freeze

My guess is that they will recover. Protect from any further freezes. Al

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