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If you have full sun and good drainage, then you can grow citrus in any tem­per­ate part of Aus­tralia. In re­ally cold ar­eas such as Tas­ma­nia, the Snowy Moun­tains and NSW cen­tral table­lands and New Eng­land re­gions, you may need to keep them in pots and bring them into a shel­tered po­si­tion in win­ter. Avoid ex­pos­ing them to strong salt-laden winds too, as this will af­fect the abil­ity of the tree to set fruit from the blos­som.

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