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by william on January 05, 2004 05:54 PM
I have been given a dwarf orange tree and it has some leaf curl, drops leaves, and drops its' unripe fruits?
I enjoy looking after my houseplants and do not want to mess this up ...any tips?
by weezie13 on January 05, 2004 07:04 PM
[wayey] Hello William [wayey]
Glad you found us!!
I just wanted to Welcome you to
The Garden Helpers Forum.......
I am not toooo firmiliar with trees,
but we have a lot of members/gardeners here
that may know your answer.......
I know Papito knows alot of fruit trees and
such so I"m hopin' he'll be passing through..
Be patient in the meantime............
Feel free to visit the other sections, we've added alot of new things here, recipes, crafts and hobbies, and a banter hall just to chat....
We have alot of things here, and I'm sure you'll find alot to do.....Someone should be through to answer your question...
And don't forget to jump in where ever you know an answer to another gardeners question, or feel free to add some more questions....

Glad to have you here!!


We have a few members from "over the pond"
and some in Canada that have relocated!!
Limey's one, I can think of right off the bat.
And one of our forum hostess, Loz is from that direction too!!

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by Jiffymouse on January 05, 2004 07:27 PM
[wayey] welcome william :wavey
i don't have your answer, but wanted to say hi [wayey] and welcome to the garden helper!
by Magie on January 15, 2004 07:52 PM
Just wanted to say sincere thanks to those who answered my query. The links were a great help and much appreciated.

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