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Tahitian Lime heavy bearing, medium sized fruit; very juicy and seedless

Tahitian Lime

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Heavy bearing, medium sized fruit; very juicy and seedless. Ideal for cooking and for refreshing drinks. Harvest while still green. Plant in well drained soil in a warm position.

LIME PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS

Dig hole slightly larger than root system. Remove container and place tree in hole making sure bud union is at least 10cm above soil level. Fill with soil, leaving no airpockets, and build basin around tree to hold 10-12 litres of water.

Water immediately after planting, repeat next day, and then twice weekly for the first three weeks then at weekly intervals for the first growing season. Lime Planting Instruction

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