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A Field spotter's Guide to Australian Finger lime Cultivars

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starling1:
I might have some seeds to spare of Byron sunrise in a few months, but it depends how many hold on. I have promised two Brazilians seeds and they have priority.

Soren:
Very impressive colors!

Majime:
Thanks, very useful. I have a small "air rooted" Red rick, but it's really slow growing. :-\

gunnar429:

--- Quote from: Galka on December 13, 2014, 10:45:23 AM ---Wow. I got a Giant Finger from Brightleaf. Wish I could find Red.

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It's weird that they describe it as "similar to australian finger lime."  Doesn't seem like it's a finger lime, at least not from Australia

starling1:

--- Quote from: gunnar429 on December 23, 2014, 01:21:11 AM ---
--- Quote from: Galka on December 13, 2014, 10:45:23 AM ---Wow. I got a Giant Finger from Brightleaf. Wish I could find Red.

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It's weird that they describe it as "similar to australian finger lime."  Doesn't seem like it's a finger lime, at least not from Australia

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Gunnar there are quite few different types of native Australian Citrus. Not all of them have the finger shape. Some are round and small like traditional limes externally but have the same kind of 'Caviar' type pulp. Mt Tamborine lime is like this. I don't think it has been cultivated, certainly I have never seen an improved CV from the wild variety.

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