Look what I found Growing at the Texas A&M Howdy Farm, a student-run organic garden. I was in College Station for work last night, and while I was walking around killing some time, I stumbled on a row of Changsha trees. I was very surprised to find fruiting citrus trees so far north! The trees were on their own roots, approximately 7-8 feet tall, and carrying a good number of greenish-yellow fruit. I hung out with a couple of students who were weeding some nearby vegetable plots until I had to go, probably bored them to tears discussing citrus cold tolerance, and wished that I had taken advantage of all the horticultural resources A&M has to offer when I was a student. The students wanted to know if I knew where they could get some more kumquat trees, or trifoliate/flying dragon rootstock. If anyone has some to spare, consider giving it to the Howdy Farm. I'm sure it would be greatly appreciated.