Emma Finger Lime Trees -90mm Pots (Cutting Grown)
Finger lime “Emma” is large black skinned fruit with flesh that ranges from clear to a pinkish blush.
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Finger lime “Emma” is large black skinned fruit with flesh that ranges from clear to a pinkish blush. It produces a heavy crop of fruits over a long period.
All our Finger Lime trees are clones, propagated from mature wood and will generally start to bear when the trees are quite small but it is best to remove these fruit and let the trees reach around 80cm in height before allowing the fruit to develop on the tree.usually seedless and around 7-12cm in length.
The young trees are 8-12 months old, 30-60cm tall, sun hardened and ready to plant into the ground
Finger limes do not have to be grafted to perform well. They are native to rainforest areas of northern NSW and Queensland and are resistant to root diseases.
Please Note: our trees are not grown from seed-seedling trees are not true to type and can take 8-10 years to bear.
Finger limes (Citrus australasica) are grown in much the same way as other citrus species. They are best planted in full sun in fertile soil that is well drained. They also grow well in large pots in a unny position.
Please note: we can only supply Finger Lime trees within QUEENSLAND due to state quarantine regulations.
We send trees early in the week to try and ensure they arrive at their destination before the weekend.
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