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Hardy, evergreen, with health-giving fruit, citrus trees are ideal for small city gardens. They’re self-pollinating so you only need one, and can be grown in containers or pruned to suit the space. Although they prefer temperate climates, many varieties survive mild frosts if protected when young.


Meyer (thin skin with juicy, dark-yellow flesh; moderate to heavy frost) and Variegated Eureka (juicy with pinkish flesh; mild frost) both grow to 3 x 3m. Rough Skin (tough, easy to grow

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