Fruit Lime 'Persian'

Grower's Comments: None

Spring

Needs to be pruned to maintain a managable size

Tropical Fruits; requires none

USDA Zone to USDA Zone

Full Sun


FUN FACTS

This variety is believed to have been introduced in the Mediterranean area via Persia (now known as Iran) and was carried to Brazil by Portuguese traders and eventually made it to California in the latter part of the 1800's.

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SizePrice
7g$46.00

Persian limes are also known as Tahiti limes. They are of unknown origin, but are suspected to be a hybrid of the Mexican lime and Citron, which is a huge, yellow-green, lumpy lemon.