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Shipping all of our plants potted in soil to ensure the best possible start when planted in yard or garden. This enables us to ship year round. Plants make great gifts!
Your plants will arrive at your doorstep carefully cradled in a package engineered specifically for our nursery. As an added benefit, the plants will arrive in their original container with their original soil mix---to minimize plant shock, we do not bareroot the plants prior to shipment.
Do you know citrus make excellent indoor plants? And that many have very fragrant blossoms? Try one today. Many unusual new varieties in stock, including Italian Lemon tree.
Shipping year round! Purchase a tree in soil and you will be off to a much better head start.
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Semi Dwarf Limequat Tree -- 12 by 12 Inch Container
The limequat is a cool climate lime which is a hybrid between West Indian lime and a Kumquat. A very attractive evergreen, growing to about 10 feet tall or clipped shorter. Ideal to plant next to your bar-be-cue area, handy for the marinades or a slice in your drinks. There are many uses for this lime substitute. Limequat is almost everbearing with heavy crops of oval lemon coloured fruit. The flesh is juicy and acidic and high in Vitamin C. Limequat is self-fertile. Great for containers or as an indoor plant. Would make a great gift.
The limequat is a cool climate lime which is a hybrid between West Indian lime and a Kumquat.
A very attractive evergreen, growing to about 10 feet tall or clipped shorter.
Ideal to plant next to your bar-be-cue area, handy for the marinades or a slice in your drinks.
Limequat is self-fertile. Great for containers or as an indoor plant. Can not ship citrus trees to AZ, TX, or FL
Shipped as a potted five gallon tree in its original soil and container.
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Viva la LimequatFeb 28, 2011
By Jimmie N. Toalson
The fruit of the Limequat is slightly larger than a lime, and is yellow instead of green. Its taste is somewhat tart, like a lime, but is not as sour. We once had a Limequat tree in our yard, and I can truthfully say that the juice of the Limequat makes the best damn Margaritas that you will ever hope to taste.
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