- Rangpur Limes, a mandarin-citron cross, originated in the area of Rangpur, Bangladesh, and in India they are called “gandhraj”, meaning King of Fragrance.
- They are also known as Mandarin-Lime, Lemandarin and Canton-Lime in China.
- The fruit is small, sour, and turns orange at maturity. You can use them to make marmalade, as a substitute for limes, or to craft excellent cocktails.
- Tart reddish-orange fruit is used like lime, although it is a sour Mandarin from India.
- The overlap of prolific fruit and purple-tinged blooms make this a wonderful ornamental tree.
- Popular in mixed drinks or simply sliced for ice tea.
- December ripening.
- Grafted onto semi-dwarf rootstock.
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