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This lime, also known as lime, lacks the long history and extensive use that glamorize the small Mexican lime. His identity has been questioned and only in recent years has been given the scientific name, Citrus latifolia Tan. Two alternative common names in English are Persian lime (lemon Persian) and Bearss Lime.
DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT
The Tahiti lime tree is moderately vigorous, medium to large, growing to 15 to 20 feet (4.5-6 m), nearly thornless, large and overhanging branches. The leaves are wide lanceolate, with winged petioles; young shoots are purple. The flowers occur from time to time during the year, but mainly in January, slightly tinged with purple. The fruit is oval, obovate, oblong or short-elliptical, usually rounded at the base, occasionally ribbed or short neck, the apex is rounded with a guy nipple, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches (4-6.25 cm ) wide, 2-3 inches (5-7.5 cm) high; It is bright green until ripe, when the skin turns pale, smooth, thin yellow, clinging tightly, the pulp is light yellow-green when ripe, in 10 segments, tender, acidic, but without the aroma characteristic of the Mexican lime, usually seedless, rarely with one or a few seeds, especially if planted among other citrus species. Tahiti lime flowers have no viable pollen.
Calle 19e # 19-15 Portal Campestre II Etapa Girón Santander / Colombia
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