High up on a remote mountaintop on the coast of central California, there lies a paradise of citrus with over three hundred different varieties of rare and exotic cultivars from all corners of the earth. The fruit there is not grown for commerce, but for research, and with a strong interest, curiosity, and love by a citrus-enthusiast with a Ph.D. in Plant Physiology.


Wow, Linda does it again! This is a beautiful and very useful post. I am, as always, in awe of her work.

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