Lime Trees

Growing a Lime Tree

Anonymous added on November 16, 2010 | Answered

How long does it take for a lime tree to produce limes? Does it look like a tree or a bush? What is the quickest growing fruit tree?

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Answered on November 17, 2010

1. It can take anywhere from 3-6 years for a lime tree grown from a seed to mature enough to produce fruit.


2. It really depends on what variety you buy and how you prune it as to whether it takes on a tree or shrub shape.


3. I am not sure on that. Again, fastest growing would be a local thing. Some varieties grow faster in some areas than others. If you live in a citrus region, your local extension service will be able to help you with a variety that grow best and fastest in your area.

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