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Growing lemon trees in the Okanagan

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A lemon tree bearing fruit (Allen Timothy Chang/Wikimedia commons)

As the song goes, Lemon tree, very pretty. So pretty some people in the Okanagan want that beauty on their patios.

The problem is, how does one grow citrus trees in an area that can have sub zero temperatures in the winter?

The Kelowna Flower Farm has come up with a solution, so Daybreak's Christina Low went to squeeze out some answers.
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