Lime

variety Description
Tahitian Lime Lime Heavy bearing tree producing medium sized juicy, seedless fruit. Fruit will turn yellow and lose flavour at full maturity. Grows to approx 3 to 4 meters in height. Ideal for cooking and drinks. Harvest while still Green for the best flavour. Excellent in drinks.
Sweet Lime Lime Thornless vigorous growing tree.  Heavy bearing crop late winter with fruit holding well on the tree. Grows to approx 3 to 4 meters in height. Fruit has a yellow flesh and is sweet and juicy when ripe. Ideal for drinks.
Kaffir Lime Lime The distinctive leaf of the Kaffir lime is much more highly valued than the fruit. The fruit is very rough and uneven. Grows to approx 3 to 4 meters in height. Fresh or dried leaves give a lemon flavour and appetizing aroma to Thai and Asian style cooking.
West Indian Lime Often referred to as the 'true lime' this popular lime has small round to oval fruit with a smooth thin rind which is greenish-yellow at maturity. The juicy, green-yellow flesh is highly acidic and has a distinctive aroma. Evergreen vigorous growing tree. Frost sensitive.