Citrus latifolia 'Tahitian Lime'

Plant Group: Evergreen Fruiting
Genus: Citrus
Species 'Var': latifolia
Common Name: 'Tahitian Lime'

Quick Facts:

Breed for planting in cooler climates, the Tahitian Lime is an almost thornless fruiting tree. The fruit are relatively thin skinned that ultimately turn yeloow if left on the tree. Usually best picked when full sized and green. The pulp is green and it rarely has seeds. Harvest is around autumn to early winter.

Height: 3m
Width: 3m
Rate of growth: Slow

Foliage:

Dark green leaves

Flowers:

Strong perfumed white flowers

Fruit:

Thin skinned with green pulp, rarely has seeds.