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CITRUS TRIFOLIATA.--Japan, 1869. This is a singular low-growing shrub,

with ternate leaves, spiny branches, and fragrant white flowers. It is

hardy in many English situations, but does not fruit freely, although

the orange-blossom-like flowers are produced very abundantly. A pretty

little glossy-leaved shrub that is well worthy of attention,

particularly where a cosy corner can be put aside for its cultivation.






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