Lime trees are an evergreen citrus variety and produce clusters of lightly fragranced white flowers. These small blossoms then grow to form the little green-skinned fruits. The tangy and sour, lemon adds flavor to every cuisine. Growing lemon trees from seeds is a bad idea because it can take up to at least 3 to 4 years to bear fruit.
How To Care
How To Care
Light: Lime trees should need plenty of sunlight daily.
Water: Need their soil to be kept moist, Best care of lime trees means that you water consistently but not obsessively.
Fertilizer: Fertilize lime trees every three weeks from spring to summer a high-nitrogen fertilizer made for citrus
Temperature: They can only survive in temperatures above 50° F
Potting: Plant the lime tree in a bigger pot that can freely stand the root ball of the lime plant. Make sure the pot has drainage holes. Lime trees can be grown from seed, air layering, or stem cuttings.
Pruning: Don’t need the extensive pruning of orchard fruits, but you can prune them occasionally to remove any dead or damaged branches and any small branches growing within a foot of the soil line, looking out for fruit or blossoms which look diseased.