Citrus of many kinds can be beautiful and productive in Santa Clara County. This talk by Master Gardener Pamela Trounstine will help you learn how to grow these delicious fruit trees in your own yard. Content will include site selection, plant selection, irrigation and care of your citrus, pruning, fertilizing, and control of common pests. A look at some of the many interesting varieties of oranges, lemons, mandarins, limes and kumquats will also be included.
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