We dispatch our trees every Tuesday, for delivery to most states of Australia.

For WA and Tasmania, we send trees on the first Tuesday of each month.

For orders going to South Australia, we now require a Quarantine Certificate ($34.95) so please tick Yes to the question in Checkout

Finger Lime

Botanical Name: Citrus Australasica

Fruit Characteristics: Finger limes are small, elongated citrus fruits (finger looking) with a thin skin of various colours that is semi-smooth with a leathery texture.

They have a unique and delicious pulp, that consists of many small pearls that are firm, slightly sticky, juicy, and crisp.

When eaten, the pearls create a popping sensation with a burst of sweet-tart flavours in the mouth.

Finger limes bear a minty, citrus-forward aroma with a tangy, sweet, and slightly sour, floral, lemon-lime flavour.

Blossoms: White

Pollination: Self-fertile

Height: 1m x 2m when planted in the ground in appropriate conditions

Fruiting Season: March - September

Preferred Climate: Subtropical / Warm Temperate

Location: Full sun – minimum 8 hours

Suitable for pots: Yes

Suitable in the ground: Yes

Recommended Planting Season: All year


Pink Ice

Fruit size: 80 - 100 mm

Skin: Dark green to darker red when ripe

Vesicles: light pink to red, medium size

Fruiting season: March to May

Plant Hight in a pot: 1.8m

Pink Ice is great commercial variety with large fruit and regular fruit set. Cooler climate will bring more colour to the fruit. The taste is mild and slightly bitter, with a grapefruit finish. It goes well in cocktails and clear alcoholic drinks such as gin. The plant is of medium vigour with open type of canopy.*

*Reference: Images and text Ozfingerlime.com.au


Climate Suitability

Good news, there is a Citrus Fruit Salad Tree suitable for most Australian Climates. 

  • Tropical / Temperate climates are suitable for all Citrus trees.
  • Citrus are also suitable for Cold climates (down to -8 degrees).
  • Alpine areas with temperatures below -8 are not recommended for Citrus.

Click the map on your State to check which Citrus Fruit Salad Trees are suitable to grow in your area.