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Finger Limes in Nth QLD

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PeterB starts with ...
Will Finger Limes grow in Tropical North Queensland? I successfully grow Tahitian limes, custard apple, Myer Lemon and Mandarin, hoping to complete the set with a suite of finger limes. Any advice appreciated.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi PeteB

Definitely! You can successfully grow finger limes in Tropical North Queensland as evidenced by Mark Bayne who has been growing finger limes for the past three years at his farm in Shanonville, halfway between Port Douglas and Mossman in Far North Queensland.

Happy Gardening :-)
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