Rob S. aka Blitz wrote:
Tagging on to what Paul said, that is basically what Sepp is doing correct?
I cant really accept southwest walls,big overhangs,christmas lights,boron and nitrogen applications,and located in unique protected PNW microclimates as "able to grow outdoors in Western WA".If someone reading this lives in a nice microclimate and has the above available to them(not to mention the extra time and money to try an experiament)then go for it.If you are on a limited budget of time and money and are trying to be as self sufficiant as possible in the shortest amount of time then I gotta say forget it.How about some citrus substitutes.Some wormwoods,southernwoods(artimesia) have citrus flavors.Sumac(rhus)flowers can sub as "lemon aid".Quince has some citrus taste. And what about seaberry?Any other ideas out there?
paul wheaton wrote:I also think that Sepp has some other secrets of his own.
nancy sutton wrote: Also, pineapple guava fruits, and I've got a loquat to test I think Raintree et al have yuzu for sale... may try that.
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