Save Money By Growing Fruit Trees

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  1. Karin Smith 03/20/2010 09:40 PM
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Michael J. Gallo
Florida Luxury Realty - New Port Richey, FL
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Catherine, I grow Pink Grapefruit, Navel Oranges and Tangerines on my property.  It is a great way to have fresh citrus without paying Grocers prices.  It is a great idea for anyone.  Fruit trees are fairly affordable and easy to maintain.

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Catherine Sinocruz
Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate - Reno, NV
Broker-Salesperson, ABR, GRI, CRS

Michael ~ You have more fruit trees than I do.  Kuddos!

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