Lime Bush 'Mexican Thornless'
The bartender's lime with the added bonus of having no thorns. Mature fruit is small, green to yellow-green ripening in July to December. Best grown indoors, or in areas with long summers and frost-free winters. This year-round producer is self-pollinating with fruit having a tart taste. The fruit is good for juice, cocktail garnish and zest used in cooking. This variety is exceedingly vigorous, growing from 6 to 13 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.
Hardiness Zone: USDA Z10 - Cold Hardy to 30 to 40(F)
- Light: Sun
- Water: Best with regular watering for fruit production
- Fertilizer: Once a month
- Height: 12-15 feet
- Spacing: 6-8 feet