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Bearss Lime Tree (Semi-dwarf) (Potted) - FT257

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Indoor Citrus

Indoor Citrus

Edible Flowers

Edible Flowers

$24.99
Out of stock
  • Up to 6 potted trees may be combined in a single package, but cannot be combined with other items.
  • Not registered for sale in: FL, TX, AZ, HI, AK, PR
  • Sold out for the season. Available again in August 2015.

Most Widely Used Seedless Lime

  • Semi-dwarf on Cunningham rootstock
  • Zones: 9-11 (grow indoors or in containers in other zones)
  • Fruit: Also known as Bartender’s Lime, Tahitian Lime, and Persian Lime. It is the most widely used lime because it is seedless, with great flavor.
  • Facts of note: Attractive tree produces an abundance of fruit. It is less thorny and more cold hardy than other limes. Developed by John T. Bearss in Porterville, California.
  • Container adaptable and can be grown indoors

About Our Citrus

Add a little zest to your garden! Citrus trees are potted, evergreen, semi-dwarf, 1 ½-years-old, pencil caliper, 18”-24” tall from the bottom of the pot to the top of the tree. They will, with good care, produce fragrant, self-pollinating flowers and wonderful fruit. Height 8’–12’, but can be pruned to suit in ground or in containers.

Choose a sunny location, in well drained soil, sheltered from wind. They are affected by freezing temperatures, and in many locales require frost protection.

These are evergreen trees and thus the dormant bare root guarantee does not apply. Your trees will arrive in good, viable condition. Contact us immediately if they do not. Non-taxable.

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