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        We have planted several orange trees in the past 18 months and have lost a few of them for what seems to be no reason. We had one in a pot for two years as we were moving house then planted it out in the spring where it seemed to flourish then suddenly just over a year later it died. We had the same with a peach tree in another part of the garden but have nectarine and apricot trees doing really well. We are planning to plant more fruit trees this autumn and want to hang on to as many as possible so any help would be very welcome. Thanks :-/

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            Just a thought ….

            I was told that citrus trees do not like exposed windy positions and there needs to be a "breaker" of some kind. Otherwise the hot dry winds burn the leaves…

            Perhaps gardening members in our midst can answer in a more scientific way.

            Annete Duffel
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                Hi There !!

                Please tell me which plant will grow in Crete tremendously and which fruit is famous in this place?

                Thanks & Regards
                Annete Duffel

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