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Sweet Lime

Limes are one of the most varied groups of all citrus species. They can range widely in shape and form from one another, but all are cold sensitive and need to be protected from frost. Fruit stays green in tropical climates, turns yellow when ripe in California.

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Round, thin-skinned fruit is sweet, juicy and nearly acidless. 

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Round, medium-sized juicy yellow fruit. Has less sugar and acid than the Bearss Lime. Similar to sweet limes from Mexico, which also originated from the Mediterranean. With its mild flavor and few seeds, it makes a refreshing, cooling drink.

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