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“I ordered a Midknight Valencia dwarf citrus tree for my sister for Valentine's Day.  The tree arrived in a timely manner, and was wrapped with such care, I knew the tree inside would be perfect. It's been two months now and following the instructions you provided has rewarded us with magnificent foliage, and we are seeing a lot of buds!  Thank you for growing such lovely citrus trees.  Your quality is outstanding, and being 3rd generation hard-core gardeners, we're a picky bunch so I don't swoon this easily over just any 'ol nursery.  You have my business indefinitely.'"


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Seattle, WA

Limetta

Limettas are similar to common lemons but have distinctive characteristics that set them apart.

Millsweet Acidless Limetta

A vigorous tree with lemon-like shape, except that the leaves are more rounded and oval. Blossoms and new leaves are bright purple. Medium-sized, slightly bumpy fruit is yellowish-orange at maturity. The pale yellow interior is low acid with few seeds, thus the name's reference to its sweetness. It flowers primarily in spring and produces fruit in winter which hold well on the tree. 

Marrakech Limetta

This highly acidic Limonetta is in every other way very similar to Millsweet.

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