Hardy Citrus for the Southeast(0 customer reviews)
by Tom McClendon
If you've ever longed for the sweet scent of citrus blossoms and the bright hues of citrus fruit ripening in your garden, Hardy Citrus for the Southeast was written for you. It’s a unique guide to growing citrus trees that are both hardy and fruitful well north of Florida. Learn how to choose varieties for their flavor and cold hardiness, and how to keep your trees in good health. The practical advice is based on the experiences of Southeastern Palm Society members, who enjoy growing a wide variety of subtropical plants.
Hardy Citrus for the Southeast describes 56 hardy citrus varieties that are suitable for gardeners in USDA Zones 6 through 9. It's an 8½ x 11 inch book with 36 pages (including cover) with text by Tom McClendon, and 35 color photos and 3 black-and-white photos taken in the Southeast by SPS members.