I don't have as much land as i would like but i currently have a semi dwarf mexican lime, naval orange, grapefruit and two meyer lemon trees. i've also planted a prince almond pomegranite and fig trees. I love bringing guests to the valley to the desert botanical gardens. I also would love to learn more about caring for these plants in our climate, i find it difficult to get specific information in the library or the internet.
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