Kaffir Lime – Dwarf

4.00 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews )


Tree Size (as shipped): 30 – 32 inches
Mature Tree Size (Approx. 10 yrs): 8 – 9 feet if planted in the ground
Seeds Per Fruit: ??
Grafting: Grafted – Dwarfing Rootstock (US 897)

Leaves used for Asian cooking.

USDA regulations do not allow shipping to AZ, CA, LA, HI or TX

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12 reviews 4.00 out of 5 stars
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4 stars 3 25 %
3 stars 1 8 %
2 stars 1 8 %
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12 reviews for Kaffir Lime – Dwarf

  1. no.no@no.com
    3 out of 5

    good yes

  2. gamer@yes.pen
    5 out of 5

    epic lit limes bought mine at the last minute. after months of science and chemical equations in my basement. i made these pills!

  3. greg@greg.com
    5 out of 5

    grood (greg) for the price, 100% worth it, tasted great for our annual greg meeting, the taste really quenched my thirst, and I had a great time, and it was a good time with the friends! i'd do it again, but that is aside the point, greg liked them, i loved them, and greg was a bit naughty with the whole situation. all in all, greg, but at what cost? sun tzu once said that if you have limes, act like you don't have limes, and if you don't have limes, act like you have limes. quote from sun tzu. greg was a massive fan, so was I. great time with the friends.

  4. mmmmm@gmail.com
    4 out of 5

    Big boy good meal good mmmm...

  5. dave.dave@student.ggs.wa.edu.au
    5 out of 5

    Ah Ha! Just arrested a rat, ngl, I am hungry

  6. jace.toohey@student.ggs.wa.edu.au
    4 out of 5

    Overall wonderful! These were great! they grew during autumn and my daughter ate it raw! Thank you, these are delicious!

  7. jonothon.swag@outlook.com
    5 out of 5

    rcinge queef

  8. tekupenga.kopa@student.ggs.wa.edu.au
    1 out of 5

    not good I am a sheep, I ate these and they weren't that nice! It is very baaaaaa- d. maybe like a 3/10 at most! I much prefer morgan freeman!

  9. james.mccabe@student.ggs.wa.edu.au
    4 out of 5

    Good@ I fed my sheep wit these. he lieked! 100% GOOD!!

  10. bailey.harris@student.ggs.wa.edu.au
    2 out of 5

    All around Cool! but... It Wasn't very nice! I ate one and it really smelt!?!Also, please follow me at ttv.csmeeko OR ELSE!?!

  11. stanhopi@aol.com
    5 out of 5

    BUMPY FRUIT / FRAGRANT LEAVES! Got a rooted cutting of this lime and it grew fast and actually bloomed and set fruit the first summer after I got the cutting. The fruit was produced in tight clumps of three or four each right at the tips of the branches. Very odd habit.What a great flavor the leaves of the Kaffir Lime give to curries and soups! The juice is very sour and only a scant few drops are needed to flavor beverages and soups so care must be taken to not overdo the juice. The zest is fragrant and is wonderful to use for scenting a dish.Personally I find that the leaves (crushed) are far easier to use in Thai curries instead of lemon grass, and I don't miss the latter. And like bay leaves the lime leaves are easy to remove before serving.My tree is thriving in a three gallon pot and doesn't seem to need any special attention except protection from cold weather. Pruning the ends of the branches instead of pulling off the leaves encourages branching and produces more leaves so you will always have plenty of them available!

  12. dang_jasmine@yahoo.com
    5 out of 5

    Kaffir Lime-Dwarf This tree do have fruit right?

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