A tiny citrus tree growing in your living room! Savour its fresh, flavourful fruit all year round
Citrus trees can be incredibly fun to have in your home. Who wouldn’t like to have a vibrant green tree full of bright, flavourful fruit?
With its bright green foliage and deliciously flavoured fruit, the Lime Tree is not only a beautiful addition to your space but also a source of endless culinary possibilities.
This Lime Tree can be grown indoors year-round, and with its delicate white flowers and bright, edible fruit, this plant is sure to bring joy to your space.
Enjoy the rewards of growing your own fresh fruit
No need for a large garden! Lime trees thrive indoors
Fragrant blooms: Lime trees produce delicate white flowers that emit a sweet fragrance
With some care, you'll be rewarded with a healthy, happy Lime Tree all year round!
Culinary versatility: The bright, tangy fruit of the Lime Tree can be used in a multitude of recipes, from zesty margaritas to refreshing salads and marinades
Lime Tree Care Guide
Maximum of 8Hrs of bright - direct sunlight. Over 8 to 12Hrs of light will cause the tree to enter a vegetative state.
Allow the top 5cm to 8cm of soil to dry out in between waterings. Check the soil moisture level every 5 to 7 days in the summer. And every 7 to 10 days in the winter. Watering to frequently will cause issues. Even if leaf drop occurs look at adjusting the temperature before adding more water.
Maintain an even temperature of 20°C - 26°C, Try to eliminate any severe temperature fluctuations or drafts.
Use a fertiliser formulated for citrus trees. Or select a fertiliser that is heavy in Nitrogen. Worm castings are an excellent way to help boost soils nitrogen levels.
Add additional humidity in the mornings only. Gently wipe down your leaves with a damp cloth.
Lime Tree General Information
Native to southern regions of Iran
Mildly toxic. The fruit is edible but the tree itself is not and should not be ingested.