Botanical Name: Citrus x latifolia
Common Name: 'Tahitian' Lime
Description: The 'Tahitian' variety of Lime is the common variety that we see in our local supermarkets. Its fruit is dark green, thin skinned, seedless, fragrant and juicy. Peak fruiting is around late autumn to early winter. Perfect for juicing and used in cooking. Tahitian Limes are an attractive, small spreading evergreen tree with dark green, glossy leaves. Makes an excellent specimen tree in Mediterranean gardens. Can be used in containers, pots or garden beds.
Mature Size: 3m (h) x 3m (w)
Position: Full sun