This cultivar of the citron is the most exotic and unusual container fruit we grow. The oldest known citrus in cultivation, it produces a large fruit with long protruding fingers and a thick rind. The fruit is nearly absent of pulp. The rind, however, is often candied and somewhat sweet. It makes the best, most fragrant lemon zest for all types of cooking.
|Hardiness Zone||9, 10|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||50|
Can't Wait To See This Fruit Review by IdahoanByBirth
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I bought a 4" pot in mid May and immediately planted it in an 8" pot. It was about 6 inches tall at the time. Now it is over two feet tall and starting to branch out. Because I live in Nebraska, I've moved it indoors and it seems to like the move. Not sure when it will start blooming, but I can't wait. So far, I'm extremely happy. (Posted on 11/6/2014)