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This is the second year my Citrus medica has produced fruit. Since San Diego rarely gets snow and citrus is ready to harvest in late fall and winter, I use the fruit as Christmas decorations (loosely arranging it with juniper cuttings and bromeliad spikes, make pomanders, and as an ingredient for range top potpourri (low slimmer cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, whole allspice, and citrus peel).
With the rain, abundant sunshine, and the temperature high in the mid to upper 60s, the garden is in its tropical glory as the bromeliads display their brilliant floral berry-like spikes.
Wishing Happy Camping and Holidays to all,