Torakina Pink Finger Lime Trees -50mm Pots (Cutting Grown)
Finger Lime “Torakina Pink” is a selected commercial pink skin variety that also has pink flesh.
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Our Finger Lime trees are quality commercial tubestock, grown in a professional nursery in south-east Queensland.
The young trees are 3-4 months old, 8-10cm tall, sun hardened and ready to plant into a larger pot.
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 (usually 12 – 18 months) before allowing the fruit to develop on the tree.
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 are an amazing Australian native fruit that come in various colours including red, pink, green, and purple.
Torakina Pink is select pink variety that has a pink skin and is full of individual pink coloured globular juice vesicles. The fresh vesicles burst in your mouth, exploding with an effervescent tangy flavour. They are great in salads and can be used as garnish for fish and oysters. They also make a tangy addition to a cold Corona or glass of water.
Finger limes 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 sunny position.
We suggest that initially you plant the trees into larger pots and grow them on for three to six months before planting in the garden. In the pots, we recommend only using premium potting mix with some added controlled release fertilizer (osmocote/ nutricote etc). Garden soil is not suitable for use in pots.
Once the trees reach around 30 cm tall they are ready to plant in the garden, you will need to keep weeds away from the tree and initially water every couple of days or so to ensure that the roots are kept moist. Mulching around the tree and protecting it with a tree guard is recommended.
Please note: we can only supply Finger Lime trees within QUEENSLAND due to state quarantine regulations.
We only send trees on Monday or Tuesday to help ensure they arrive at their destination before the weekend.
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