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Finger Lime Tree (GRAFTED) FAQ's 🌱
inger lime fruits are usually harvested when they are fully matured and have reached their maximum size, color, and flavor. The exact timing of the harvest may vary depending on the variety of finger lime, the growing conditions, and the intended use of the fruit. However, as a general rule, finger limes are ready for harvest around 7 to 9 months after flowering. Here are some signs to look for to determine if your finger lime fruits are ready to be harvested: Size and shape: Mature finger limes are typically about 2-3 inches long and 1 inch in diameter, depending on the variety. They should be plump and rounded, with a slight taper at the stem end. Color: The color of the finger lime fruits is an important indicator of ripeness. Depending on the variety, they may turn from green to shades of yellow, pink, purple, or brown as they ripen. The color should be uniform and vibrant. Texture: Finger limes are ready for harvest when the skin is slightly soft and the fruit feels heavy for its size. Gently press the fruit with your finger to check for ripeness. Taste: Finally, taste is the ultimate test of ripeness. The flesh of a ripe finger lime should be juicy, tangy, and slightly sweet. The flavour may vary depending on the variety and growing conditions.
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Accidents happen. We're insured to refund or replace any plant that's arrived dead or in a condition that won't recover. Simply get in touch within 24 hours of delivery with some pics and we'll either refund or replace it.
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