Growing Finger Limes
September 11, 2012
Demand for finger lime fruit continues to be drastically undersupplied. All of our varieties are available for anyone who is interested in growing finger limes commercially, and we happily share all our knowledge from more than a decade of dedicated research on finger lime production systems. Support...
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A new supply of Gourmet Limes finger lime trees are just around the corner with some due to start to roll out of our nurseries as early as September. Unfortunately, as always, volumes are limited however we are confident both … Continue reading
A small number of Byron Sunrise are now currently available, but only for our retail online store customers as numbers are very limited. It is an extremely strong and hardy variety, but this is just a bonus on top of … Continue reading
If you are interested in buying finger lime trees, please email us via our contact page, http://gourmetlimes.com.au/contact/ Or you could ring Matti on 0487 347 570. She will be happy to help you!
The early flowerings of Chartreuse finger lime fruit are rapidly filling out, these young fruit (pictured) are just a month or so old and the warmer weather and plenty of sun is kicking them in to gear. It is expected … Continue reading
With slightly bitter flavors, reminiscent of juicy pink grapefruit, its marriage with gin or any relaxing beverage will leave even the most veteran connoisseurs lost for words. The intensely fragrant skin of Pink Ice really gives it a kick. With … Continue reading
The exceptional pop of the Crystals vesicles gives an unbelievable extra dimension to the texture of any salad. You thought your salads were fresh before adding Crystal! Although well suited to your salad Crystal also serves well in desserts and … Continue reading
An amazing deep deep red fleshed finger lime, fit for use as the crowning jewel atop the finest seafood dishes in the world. Crimson Tide is a very rare lime. Only the lucky get to experience the Crimson Tide. Truly the … Continue reading
Its acidity and mild aromas make it ideal for sneaking in that subtle finger lime taste into desserts by using it as a replacement for lemon. Chefs are now coming back for chartreuse as its qualities are proving ideal for … Continue reading