Clifton Smith's orange, lemon and lime trees — almost 30 of them — have thrived in Lexington for 27 years. In summer, their containers line the walls of an inner courtyard patio at his home, and in winter they are moved to his greenhouse with other tropical plants.  Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek
Clifton Smith's orange, lemon and lime trees — almost 30 of them — have thrived in Lexington for 27 years. In summer, their containers line the walls of an inner courtyard patio at his home, and in winter they are moved to his greenhouse with other tropical plants. Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek Lexington Herald-Leader
Clifton Smith's orange, lemon and lime trees — almost 30 of them — have thrived in Lexington for 27 years. In summer, their containers line the walls of an inner courtyard patio at his home, and in winter they are moved to his greenhouse with other tropical plants. Photo by Susan Smith-Durisek Lexington Herald-Leader

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