Key Lime Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Key Lime Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.
- Branched variety produces tons of limes
- Dwarf size fits anywhere
- Easy to grow indoors or out
- Adapts to different soils and climates
- Pest and disease resistant
Now you can make delicious Key Lime pie from your own organic fruit. The Key Lime Citrus Tree is a dwarf version of the Mexican Lime. You don’t have to live in the tropics to enjoy having the infamous Bartender’s Lime.
These are the most delicious limes for stirring up refreshing cold drinks, or flavoring food and desserts.
Anyone Can Grow Key Lime Trees, Even in the North
Because this is a dwarf citrus tree, you can grow it in a container. If you live in the north, you’ll love its versatility as a summer patio plant while brightening your home for the winter. Fragrant white blooms in winter fill your house with a delicious, sweet scent. The tree is evergreen with lush green foliage, so it will be a handsome addition to any room with a sunny window. When grown in a container, the Key Lime Tree will not get taller than 8 feet.
Small Enough for Tiny Gardens!
Even apartment-dwellers will be able to fit the Key Lime Tree into limited outdoor space. The fruit follows the deliciously fragrant winter blooms in clusters of 6 Key Limes that will be deep green until they ripen. Grown in garden soil, the Key Lime Tree must be protected from frost; it is very tender to cold temperatures. Be sure to give your new lime tree good drainage and quality fertilizer for better fruit production.
Tons of Fruit at a Young Age
Watering young trees should be done 2-3 times a week. Once mature, your Key Lime Tree will only need warm-season watering about once a week. Always be sure to water deeply. The roots must be well saturated if you want a lovely tree that bears a boatload of succulent organic limes. You won’t need to spray scary chemicals on your Key Lime Tree! Enjoy natural goodness all the way through.
Developed Root System Means Tons of Citrus, Now!
The fastest-growing citrus trees have vigorous root systems, making it easy for you to add instant impact to your yard, garden and home.