Limequat Tree

Growing Zones in Ground: 8 - 11 / in Pots: 4 - 11

(14 customer reviews)

Only at $74.95

Size Height Shape Price Est Arrival
3 Gallon 18 - 26 IN Bushy $74.95 03/06
5 Gallon 2 - 3 FT Standard $109.95 03/06
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Description

The Limequat is a self-fertile cross between the Kumquat tree and the Key Lime, (or Mexican Lime). This versatile little fruit can be eaten without peeling, like a Kumquat.

The Limequat is a self-fertile cross between the Kumquat tree and the Key Lime, (or Mexican Lime). This versatile little fruit can be eaten without peeling, like a Kumquat. They are also great for their juice and have a sweeter, more orange-like taste than Key Lime. Limequats do have seeds, but they are packed with a surprising amount of juice for their small size. They are easy to grow, tolerant of a range of conditions, and can produce numerous, juicy Limequats even on a small tree.

The Limequat is suited for growing in the ground in USDA Zones 8 -11, and in a pot brought indoors in Zones 4 – 11. In fact, the Limequat is one of the best citrus trees to grow in a pot, because the smaller size of the tree and fruit respond well to the container-grown method. In the ground, the Limequat will reach a size of 6 to 10 feet tall and as wide. In a pot, the tree can reach sizes of between 4 to 8 feet tall, depending on location and container size.

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