Breed for planting in coolerclimates, the Tahitian Lime is a almost thorn less fruiting tree. Thefruit are relatively thin skinned that ultimately turn yellow if left on the tree. Usually best picked when full sized and green. The pulp is green and it rarely has seeds. The fruit has many applications in cooking & drink preparation. Harvest is around autumn to early winter.
Height: 3 metres
Width: 2 metres
* Dimensions at maturity.
Best suited for:
Suited for small gardens. Ideally suited to grow in pots.