Limequat Lyvia (kumquat x lime)
Limequat Lyvia (kumquat x lime)

Limequat Lyvia (kumquat x lime) D12

75,00 lei

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Full description and specifications

Limonella represents the cross between Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) and Kumquat with round fruits (Citrus japonica) - thus a very juicy and aromatic fruit, with increased acidity, but quite sweet, with fewer seeds than a kumquat. It has a very high concentration of vitamin C. It is considered a hybrid of intensive culture, because it has the ability to bloom and bear fruit all year round.

Lyvia's fruit is yellow-green, oval and slightly larger than the other varieties of Eustis Limequat. While, unlike limes, the fruit can be eaten whole, they remain an interesting ingredient for cocktails, lemonades or as a unique side dish/plate design.

This hybrid was first obtained by the American botanist Walter Tennyson Swingle in 1909.

All the citrus fruits that we sell are edible as a species (that is, they produce fruits that can be consumed), with the mention that some producers (such as Citrina) obtain additional crop certifications for "edible fruits" consumption.

Height with pots included: approx. 25-30 cm
The decorative bowl is not included in the price.

Check out the complete citrus care guide on the blog.