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Common name.    Lemonade


Botanical name.  Citrus limon x cinensis


Description. The Lemonade is a sweet, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. A cross between a lemon and an orange. Grows to 2m - 5m high.


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Common name. Lemonade - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus limon x cinensis


Description. The Lemonade is a sweet, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. A cross between a lemon and an orange. Grows to 1m - 3m high.


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Common name.    Lemon - Eureka


Botanical name.  Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Eureka Lemon can be grown at any time of the year. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name. Lemon - Lisbon


Botanical name. Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Libson Lemon has a higher quality, stronger, more biter taste. Grows to 1m - 3m high.


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Common name. Lemon - Meyer


Botanical name. Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil, more frost tolerant then other lemons. The Meyer Lemon has thin skin and is less acidic then other lemons. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name.    Lemon - Meyer - Dwarf


Botanical name.  Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil, more frost tolerant then other lemons. The Meyer Lemon has thin skin and is less acidic then other lemons. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name.    Lemon - Thornless


Botanical name.   Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Thornless Lemon can be grown at any time of the year and does not have thorns. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name.    Lemon - Villa Franca


Botanical name.   Citrus x limon


Description. The Lemon is a sour, yellow fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name. Lime - Calamansi


Botanical name. Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Calamansi Limes fruit is smaller and less sour then lemons. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name. Lime - Calamondin


Botanical name. Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name.    Lime - Kaffir


Botanical name.   Citrus hystrix


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Kaffir Lime is a thorny bush with aromatic double leaves. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name. Lime - Tahitian


Botanical name. Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Tahitian Limes fruit is smaller and less sour then lemons. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name.    Lime - Tahitian - Dwarf


Botanical name.  Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Tahitian Limes fruit is smaller and less sour then lemons. Grows to 2m - 7m high.


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Common name.    Lime - West Indian


Botanical name.   Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The West Indian Limes fruit is smaller and less sour then lemons. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name.    Lime - Tahitian - Dwarf


Botanical name.  Citrus aurantifolia


Description. The Lime is a sour/bitter, green, bumpy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. The Tahitian Limes fruit is smaller and less sour then lemons. Grows to 2m - 7m high.


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Common name. Longan - Kohala - Marcotted (Air Layered)


Botanical name. Dimocarpus longan


Description. The Longan is a sweet, juicy, eyeball shaped fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil, slightly tolerant of soil and climatic conditions, prefers shade in hot climate. They are highly ornamental and attract butterflies marcotted longans can fruit within 2 years . Grows to 6m - 7m high.


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Common name. Longan - Seed Grown - Kohala


Botanical name. Dimocarpus longan


Description. The Longan is a sweet, juicy, eyeball shaped fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil, slightly tolerant of soil and climatic conditions, prefers shade in hot climate. They are highly ornamental and attract butterflies. Grows to 6m - 7m high.


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 Haew Marcotted also available

Common name.    Loquat


Botanical name.   Eriobotrya japonica


Description. The Loquat is a sweet, sour, apricot-plum flavoured fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil.They have a fairly shallow non invasive root system making them suitable for planting near buildings. Grows to 6m high.


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Bessel Brown also available

Common name.    Lychee


Botanical name. Litchi chinensis


Description. The Lychee is a pink-red coloured, heart shaped fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil, frost or high temperatures can kill young trees.Require a short period of cool weather (~ 4 C° for 100 to 200 hrs) during winter to initiate flowering in spring. Grows to 2.5m - 8m high.


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