Hand of Buddha

Hand of Buddha

Fruiting Tree in 5ltr pot

Available
May to February

Care
Easy

Noun flower 889434 green

Pollination
Self-fertile

A lemon of myth and mystery, often thought to have originally brought to China from India. The remarkable fruits have long finger type sections, reminiscent of a (rather twisted) hand and are something to see. With little or no juice, they are prized for their surprisingly sweet and aromatic rind. Perfect for candying or as a twist in your Martini. This is the hungriest Citrus variety and loves to be fed.

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Botanical name: Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis
Ideal location & conditions: Sunny spot but will tolerate part shade. Protect from winter chill. In temperatures lower than -4c this variety can shed its leaves. They will happily grow again in the late spring
Size after 5 years: 1.2m x 1m
Soil: Very well drained John Innes No.3. Add additional grit and stone
Flower colour: Violet flower buds turning to pure white with yellow centres when open Flowering period: July - November
Fruit harvest period: February - April