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The tree was a valentines' gift for my Rozie a few years ago. Unlike a box of chocolates, it keeps on giving.
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Either God, evolution or both give us lots of citrus at the start of winter to battle colds and flu. I'm also finding that I'm getting a crop or two of Madagascar beans for my winter stews/soups as well, and greens/tomatoes are coming in now as well. The quails are growing enough to sex, so I'll have meat too. Having said that, never under-estimate a first year female quail. They are such good layers. I worked hard over summer to preserve mango chutney, chile sauce, salsa verde, smoked tomato sauce etc. I reckon the world is looking okay.
Good show Andy! I haven’t had another ripen yet. I also lost my first cara cara orange to fruit splitting :(. Oh well, have quite a few citrus waiting to ripen so I shouldn’t complain.
beautiful!!!!!! could eat it right now...!
No problem with grapefruit in Brisbane live on a hill where its warm and have a good crop just need to water when it gets dry and fertilize
That looks absolutely luscious Andy. Great gift idea.
And doesn't stack fat onto your hips ;-)
Well done Andy ... I had read that Grapefruit and especially the Ruby variety prefer the colder weather than we have. As you and Susan have shown, what I read is not always true! The Ruby's are the sweetest Grapefruit and go wonderfully well with chicken.
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