If you can’t see the graft anymore, take a look at the thorns!
In this video I’m clearing some vines and I share how you can tell if a citrus is grafted, plus we talk about zone-pushing, fruiting in the shade, and more.
Grafted citrus mostly have smooth trunks, whereas seedling citrus tend to be thorny monsters.
It is worth growing citrus from seed, as you can read in this post.
And here are some seedling citrus, grown to maturity:
I’m going back over to our new land a few times this week. We may manage to clear it all the way to the bottom before the weekend. I’ve also got the local water company putting a pipe on the land, so I’ll have water for irrigation.