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January 18, 2013 11:12 AM

Dwarf citrus trees bring Florida to your Kentucky door

The flavor, fragrance and bright color of zesty lemon, tangy lime and sunshine-sweetened orange can lift mid-winter doldrums. Mix in the common grapefruit and tangerine and the exotic pomelo, clementine and kumquat and you have a balm for the impatience of home-bound gardeners waiting for spring to arrive. If your first reaction is that we cannot grow citrus fruit in Kentucky, think again.

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