This is one of my citrus plants that didn't survive the winter months outside. The rootstock still has some life in it though, these shoots popped up from below the soil level. I'm actually curious to know what it is. The smell of the leaves reminds me of seville but the shape doesn't match with that. Any ideas?
New Zealand works great as a inter-stock. I had one I grafted to swingle & didn't care for the New Zealand, so I grafted ST. Teresa to the New Zealand & topped it. The ST Teresa is growing like a rocket. Also the New Zealand rooted very easy from the branches I cut off. If anyone has NZ seed, I would be interested in trying it as rootstock for lemons.