I did it. I splurged and bought 9 new satsuma (Or as we call them here, Mikan) trees. These will complement the five I have already growing. Are 14 mikan trees too many? A mature tree can easily have 100 fruits on it.... So no, not too many! Then of course there are the lemon, yuzu, sudachi, kabosu, and the two kumquats. Oh, I love the kumquats!
I made sure to get a variety of cultivars. Now I should have mikan from late September into February. Can't beat that!
I do love being in a climate where I can grow citrus interspersed with apples and cherries.
In other news, the wolfberry finally bore fruit! Not too many, but it bears a promise for next year! I am already looking forward to the harvest.
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