April 12, 2008 § 3 Comments
~kumquat bonsai, festive tree
Tagged: bonsai, citrus, festive tree, garden, kumquat
Your garden is astonishingly beautiful !
Wow ..incredible. What’s the secret to growing citrus trees. I have two that fail to thrive. They are about 2 years old and haven’t grown an inch. They’re not dead, but they’re just not growing!
Admin – I think it all depends on the weather and the type of citrus. The kumquat can survive any weather condition. Other types of citrus thrive in very warm temperature.
I was just in Vietnam and they were air-layering kumquat bushes – the fruit, being round and gold, is symbolic of prosperity…
Looks like we share a love of plants.
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