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Poncirus

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Poncirus likes a well drained, fertile soil and a place in a sunny position, with shelter from cold, dry winds. You can grow it in a border or against a sunny wall or as a very thick, thorny hedge.

Poncirus is often used as a rootstock for Citrus cultivars because of its vigorous growth and hardiness.

You can propagate this shrub by sowing seeds in containers in a cold frame in autumn or by taking semi-ripe cuttings with bottom heat in summer.

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