My children frequently sow citrus seeds and they germinate within a couple
of weeks. The seedlings are very unlikely to ever produce anything
worthwhile. Just as a matter of interest I notice that the grapefruit
seedlings immediately produce a highly scented bloom and then nothing else;
so far!! Best Wishes.
I ate some Changsha, Pon Koa and Nu-clementine in December and planted
the seeds right away. I put them in a container, watered it and stuck it
in the stove (never turned it one) ,3-4 weeks later they germinated and
now with a shot of gibberellic acid every now and then and a drench of
mycorrhizal application, they are 4 inches tall with the containers
placed in a west facing window sill (doubled glassed).
Here's a bit of scoop from Texas A & M regarding in Texas:
Celestial Habitats by J. Kolenovsky
2003 Honorable Mention Award, Keep Houston Beautiful
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