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The Citrus Limequat Tree is one of the most unusual trees in the citrus family. Somewhere between a kumquat and a key lime tree, the limequat produces an abundance of fruit even at a young age. The fruit is small, oval, greenish-yellow and contains seeds or pips.
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Like all citrus plants, Limequat trees do not like to be overwatered. However, at the same time, they do not like to be left to dry out either. Therefore, you should water your plant regularly, and make sure it has plenty of drainage. You should place your Citrus Limequat tree in an area that gets plenty of sunlight, but remember to shelter it from harsh northern winds and temperatures below 5C.
All citrus fruits should be harvested when it comes to full colour, and once at this stage, it can be eaten immediately. Limequats turn from yellow and green to yellow and orange when they are ripe. It’s also worth noting that the best place to keep your fruits is on its tree until you are ready to consume it.