[NAFEX] hardy citrus

Mauch1 at aol.com Mauch1 at aol.com
Mon Apr 29 16:41:57 EDT 2002

Does anyone know if "Flying Dragon" is a variety of Poncirus trifoliata or is it a variety of something else?
As others have noted - yes it is Poncirus trifoliata.  It grows in a twisted/distorted manor, which provides dwarfing when used as rootstock.

How bitter/ tart are the fruits? Can you make anything half pleasant out of the fruits? Marmalade?
I am not sure, but Edible Landscaping used to sell complex hybrids of Poncirus and Citrus, that were [supposedly] less cold hardy, but more edible.

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

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