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Lime Tree – Gift Wrapped (45-55cm)
(Premium Miniature Lime Tree)

£45.00

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Gift wrapped in hessian with a festive red bow, this mini Lime Tree is the perfect gift for yourself or others and will provide interest all year round. Flowers are usually produced in spring, and these are followed by small green fruits which can take 12 months to ripen. In the UK fruiting and flowering times can be more sporadic, so it is not unusual to have fruit and flowers at the same time. In the summer months, they prefer a sheltered spot on a sunny patio, but during all other seasons they should be moved to a warmer, frost-free location with good light levels.

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Citrus Trees will thrive in most gardens given a warm sunny position. In the UK they are probably best grown in a large pot or other suitable containers as this will allow them to be moved as conditions dictate. Citrus Trees will not tolerate wet conditions and waterlogging for any length of time will usually result in the loss of the plant. For this reason, they should be grown in very free-draining soil or compost. Citrus are hungry plants and need regular feeding. Use high nitrogen Citrus summer feed from late March to October. In winter switch to winter feed that is specific to Citrus.

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