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Citrus ‘Buddha’s Hand’ (Citrus medica hybrid)

Citrus ‘Buddha’s Hand’ (Citrus medica hybrid)

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$14.95
C2018-2

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2.5" Pot Size
45 in stock
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Citrus ‘Buddha’s Hand’ (Citrus medica hybrid)
This citrus cultivar is one of the most unusual and exotic fruits 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.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Fragrant
  1. Great plant overall Review by GardenGuy
    How do you rate this product?

    I purchased this plant in 2014 and slowly graduated it to bigger pots as it grew. Now it is in a 5 gallon container and is producing fruit and more flowers! Once it is established and happy in a specific location, leave it there, water it regularly, and it will do its' thing! (Posted on 5/5/2016)

  2. Interesting plant Review by Tom
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    My Citron arrived in good condition this winter, I transplanted it and it began to grow all winter. Suddenly, this Spring it stopped growing and is now all but dead. I will assume i have done something wrong and will reorder to try to give it a better growing period this summer. This is really a great plant. (Posted on 4/15/2016)

  3. 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)