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Bearss Lime Tree

Citrus x latifolia ‘Bearss’

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Bearss Lime Tree

Citrus x latifolia ‘Bearss’

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Growing your own fruit is a popular activity, and despite their exotic fruit, citrus is very easy to grow. Bearss Lime Tree is hardy in zone 9, and in colder areas it is a wonderful choice for a pot. Flowering takes place in late winter, and you only need one tree, unlike other fruit trees that need a pollinator. The fruits are large, with thin skin and plenty of tangy lime juice for drinks and cooking. Best of all, the fruit is seedless, a unique quality of this variety, so you never have to worry about those annoying seeds. You can begin to use fruit by mid-summer, and it will continue to ripen, becoming juicier and juicer, as the year goes on. By late fall or early winter they will be fully ripe, and the skin will show some yellowing. Fruit will store well for weeks and weeks in a cool place indoors, or in your fridge.

  • Large seedless lime fruits
  • Beautiful evergreen leaves and white flowers
  • Just one tree produces abundant fruit
  • Bring indoors during winter
  • Easily grown in a pot

Grow Bearss Lime Tree in full sun, in well-drained soil outdoors, if you normally have no frost in winter. Otherwise plant your tree in a large container, in a well-drained potting soil, preferably one designed for citrus trees. Water your potted tree when the top inch or two of soil has dried, and water thoroughly so that water flows from the drainage holes. Don’t stand it in a saucer, and never use a pot without drainage. Bring the tree into a cool, sunny place when the outdoor temperatures start to hit 45 degrees. This vigorous tree will usually remain pest and disease free, and benefits from a regular fertilizer program, both outdoors and even more in pots.

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