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'Citrus' Buddha Hand Patio Citron Tree

'Citrus' Buddha Hand Patio Citron Tree

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Botanical Name Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis
Mature Height

Prune To Size

Mature Width Prune To Size 
Light Requirement Full Sun
Winter Care Move Indoors
Tolerance N/A
Attracts Pollinators


ℹ Unveil the extraordinary Buddha Hand Patio Citron Tree, fast gaining popularity as a fuss free patio citrus tree easily grown in a pot and moved indoors for winter! A true specialty fruit distinguished by its captivating and funky hand and finger like shape! With no flesh or juice, its essence lies within its zest and rind, packed with unparalleled citrus flavor and aroma! From its mesmerizing appearance to its versatile culinary applications, this citrus wonder enchants the senses and elevates your kitchen creations with its fragrant and punchy zest. Indulge in its sweet transformation to delectable candied treats, where the tangy essence harmonizes with sugar, creating confectionery delights that tantalize the taste buds! As a striking centerpiece, it exudes elegance and sophistication, infusing any space with a invigorating, long lasting fragrance and is even known to bring great fortune to the home. With its remarkable and unique features and culinary prowess, the Buddha Hand Patio Citron Tree invites you to embark on a sensory journey of discovery and delight, celebrating the joy of new culinary adventures. To successfully cultivate this botanical rarity in Canada, they are easily grown in pots, which are moved indoors before frost and placed outdoors during the growing season on a sun drenched patio, balcony or deck. Adequate sunlight, well draining soil, and proper fertilization will ensure you get to reap a continued successful harvest. Harvesting time for Buddha Hand Citron is fairly flexible. The bold yellow color combined with a nice weight, shiny skin and fragrant citrus oil smell of the fruit is the best indicator for harvest. With 2 main flushes of blooms in spring and fall as well as varying ripening times for each fruit this tree typically produces fruit year round, with peak fruiting occurring during the warmer months, allowing staggered picking through out the year. Note: the exact fruiting pattern may vary based on growing conditions and care.