What is the plant
Dwarf Tahitian Lime (Citrus x latifolia) is grafted onto dwarfing rootstock making this a perfect plant for smaller gardens or large pots. This citrus is well suited to Australian conditions but prefers a sheltered position in cooler climates. Growing into an attractive small tree, the fragrant creamy white flowers have a strong citrus fragrance. Fruit production is at it’s peak during the cooler months; with the thin skinned round seedless fruit best picked when it is dark green as it can rot if left on the tree to turn lemon yellow.
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