do you do if you want to grow as much of your own food as possible but
you love oranges? If you live in the Deep South, of course, you
can plant oranges, lemons, and grapefruits in your yard and laugh at us
northerners. Even in zone 8, citrus grafted onto particularly
cold hardy rootstocks (usually trifoliate orange) can survive outdoors
with a little care. Here in zone 6, though, our only outdoors
choice is to plant trifoliate orange with nothing grafted onto it, and the
fruits just aren't worth it.
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