Model # 06391

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Bloomsz 32 in. Tall 1 Year Old Citrus Thorn-Less Key Lime


32 in. Tall 1 Year Old Citrus Thorn-Less Key Lime

  • Aromatic, flavorful and juicy fruit
  • Perfect patio plant
  • Self pollinating
$4199 /each

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Product Overview

The thorn-less Key Lime tree is the most popular lime tree grown in North America. Amidst dense, evergreen foliage, small buds produce pure white, fragrant blossoms. The tree bears fruit with a very thin rind and flavorful, juicy fruit throughout the year. The fruit of Key Lime Pie, it is used in mixed drinks and to add a tangy lime flavor to cooked fish.

  • Easy to grow, ideal for growing indoors in containers
  • Freshly picked limes are far more flavorful and juicy than store-bought because the thin rind does not protect the fruit from dehydrating
  • Fruit drops from the tree when fully mature
  • Self-pollinating, so only 1 tree is needed to produce fruit
  • Trees should be kept out of direct sunlight until planted
  • Full planting and care instructions are included with each tree
  • Prefer sunny location
  • Grows 6 ft. to 8 ft. tall
  • Plant 15 ft. apart
  • Perennial in zones 8-12




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Customer Questions & Answers

since the tree is self pollinating can it be grown in a large pot on an enclosed patio?

Asked by: meg
Hi meg, Thanks for visiting our site! I see that you are in Cape Coral, FL. That is zone 10, the best place to grow all kinds of citrus. This Key Lime tree is rather small, so a large container could support it's growth. The tree will top out at about 6 to 8 feet tall, so a pot that is about two to three feet across would be best. Key Lime trees need plenty of light, so give it as much direct sun exposure as possible. My concern is the enclosed patio that you mentioned. Natural exposure to the elements will help this plant. Exposure to air conditioning is detrimental to these trees. Feel free to plant this tree in your yard, if that is possible. It will be happiest in the ground. Thank you for asking, -Travis
Answered by: Travis
Date published: 2016-07-12


Asked by: DIKU86
No, the tree will not grow well in zone 6a.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-04

Will it grow in Alabama planting it outside since it's a perennial will it come back in spring?

Asked by: Ruby
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