Citrus ichangensis (C. cavaleriei)

One of the hardiest of all Citrus, this distinctive foliage plant can survive on a warm wall in many parts of the UK and even free standing in mild and not so mild areas (such as the Hillier arboretum in Hants). A small to medium sized shrub with tapered ovate-elliptic leaves with the extended winged petiole as broad as the leaf blade (like Kaffir lime leaves). Pink-tinged white flowers in summer are followed by lemon shaped fruit if grown on a warm wall or after a hot summer.

Pot size: 2L



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