Commonly called 'Buddha's Hand' due to the unique fruit which separates as it ripens in to finger-like projections. Once ripe the zest can be used in drinks or cooking. The fruits can be used for jam/marmalade making or sliced in to salads. As with most citrus this evergreen tree needs to be kept frost-free in winter. Water with rain water.
- Common Names: Buddha's Hand and Fingered Citron
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