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Hardy fruit varieties for a semiarid climate - Bush lemons are pretty tough. I had one for years that had no fertiliser or water, and it still produced more lemons than I could use. Might be hard to find, but easily grown from seed...1 day 7hrs
Seville orange - Glad it fruited for you John! Are you going to plant it out? It would do so much better...70 days 12hrs
Lime tree11 - Limes aren't bothered by winter, so it could be salt burn. Most citrus like cold weather in winter. Also, being by the coast, your temps are probably milder than inland...72 days 6hrs
Onion weed - I wonder if this would work with oxalis? Must be one of the hardest weeds to kill...73 days 7hrs
Avocado leaves going brown - A dish under the pot will not allow the water to drain off - I only use them in summer. Better to remove it. There are small 'pot feet' you can buy to raise the pot off the ground so roots don't stay too wet. ..73 days 7hrs

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