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Citrus trees which fruit in the winter are another common find in the back yard.

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  1. That's an impressive looking orange tree. Hope the fruit doesn't go to waste.

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  2. It's so cheery to see the lemon and mandarin and orange trees in fruit at this normally grey time of year. I just wish my mandarins would hurry up and ripen.

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  3. Did you take one for breakfast. Did you see the movie "Oranges and Sunshine?"

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  4. Hi Dianne, no I have not seen the movie and no picking. Crikey, the neighbour's lemons are within reach here at home and I go buy my own at the shop.

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