Also known as “citrus caviar”. This relative of citrus produces finger-like fruit in fall with tart, round, juicy, lime vesicles. Prized by chefs worldwide, the Australian Finger Lime makes an exciting addition to any citrus collection. Fruit ripen throughout the winter months and into early spring depending on climate. Eventually this variety will grow to be a bushy 8′. Finger Lime is self-fertile.
Pressie F. –
So happy I bought this plant. It had 1 fruit when I bought it which I left on the tree. 3 days ago I fertilized it with Jack’s classic citrus feed. Today I noticed it had eight small pink buds that look like small pearls. I’m looking forward to caviar limes in the winter. Thank you Troy for carrying this plant in your nursery which I know it’s sold out. I might buy another when back in stock.
Pressie F –
Love my caviar lime it had 1 fruit when I bought it 4 weeks ago. Today I used the lime for baby oysters. It’s like sour candy popping in your mouth.Yum! The tree now has 8 flower buds so excited.
Pressie F. –
Caviar lime with tiny limes forming and tree is now covered with more tiny pink buds.My hope is that the tree will do well inside during winter with all the tiny fruits. Very happy with purchase!