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Key Lime Dwarf Tree

Key Lime Dwarf Tree

Grows only 6-8′ in height, yet produces full-size, bright-green, juicy limes. They have a delicious, tangy taste. Use them in key lime pies and in cold drinks. These miniature trees add color and fragrance with pure white flowers. They make much appreciated gifts.
  • Hardiness Zones 2-10
  • Light Required Full Sun
  • Spread 36 - 72 inches
  • Height 36 - 60 inches

We ship this item in Spring

sku: 69392 Ships in Spring
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  • $69.99
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name :

    Citrus aurantifolia
  • Zones:

  • Colors :

    Waxy White.
  • Light Required :

    Full Sun
  • Spread :

    36 - 72 inches
  • Offer Size :

    4" Pot
  • Form :

  • Height :

    36 - 60 inches
  • Spacing :

    36 - 72 inches
  • Foliage :

    Small, glossy green, oval leaves
  • Flower Form :

    Small citrus type.
  • Blooms :

    Year Round
  • Soil Requirements :

    Sandy Soil
  • Growth Rate :

  • Pollinator :

    No pollinator is needed.
  • Pruning :

    No pruning needed except for interfering branches.

Shipping Information

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country using the shipping timeframes outlined below. We continually monitor weather conditions for extreme hot or cold and adjust shipping schedules as needed. Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items in July and August.

Tender Annuals & Temperature Sensitive Plants
Zones First Ship Date Last Ship Date
3A-5A 5/5/2023 6/9/2023
5B 5/1/2023 6/9/2023
6A 4/27/2023 6/9/2023
6B 4/24/2023 6/9/2023
7A 4/13/2023 6/9/2023
7B 4/10/2023 6/9/2023
8A-8B 4/3/2023 6/2/2023
9A-10B 3/27/2023 6/2/2023

Customer Reviews

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Apr 15, 2023  |  
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I got it in the fall, so it went straight inside for overwintering. It started blooming in February, but as soon as it started to bloom the leaves fell off. I did not change anything, and it was inside for winter so no weather concerns. I quickly had a plant with blooms but no leaves, then the blooms died. Part of the remaining stalk was still green, so I did my best to baby it, but even that turned brown by the end of March. This lime had the same light, fertilizer and water as my other citrus, so I have no idea why it suddenly went kaput while the other's thrived.

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