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.

Lime

Tahitian

Botanical Name: Citrus Aurantiifolia

Fruit Characteristics: They have a distinct acid lime flavour; Really juicy with a thin skin.

Blossoms: White

Pollination: Self-fertile

Height: Dwarfing rootstock – 2m x 2m when planted in the ground in appropriate conditions

Fruiting Season: May - Jul

Preferred Climate: Subtropical

Location: Full sun – minimum 8 hours

Suitable for pots: Yes

Suitable in the ground: Yes

Recommended Planting Season: All year

Notes: For more information on this citrus variety go to our Fruit in Focus – Tahitian Lime

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.