Tahitian Lime is the most popular Lime to grow in cooler regions.
It produces dark green, round, seedless fruit with a thin skin throughout the year. Fruit production is at its peak in late autumn to early winter in cooler climates. It is fragrant and juicy and ideal for use in the kitchen. Tahitian Limes are an attractive, small spreading evergreen tree with dark green, glossy leaves and like many citrus trees they have small spines along the stems.
Prefers a full sun position in well drained soil; if growing in pots ensure a good quality potting mix is used. Water and fertilise regularly. Trees may have some thorns, particularly when young.
Can grow 3m H x 3m W
Please contact out frinedly staff on easy to follow instructipon on how to plant and care for Lime tree.
The colour images and descriptions provided in our website / social media pages are to be used as a guide only. Factors such as Australia's varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect overall growth & appearance. Plant not included with the pot in picture unless clearly specified in description.