Calamansi Lime Seeds
This listing is for freshly collected from the fruit, organically grown on Maui, Calamansi Lime SEEDS. Offered in packs of 5 (FIVE) fresh SEEDS. Your seeds are wet packed in damp paper toweling inside sealed plastic baggies. Your seeds may germinate on their way to you.
At first I thought that this miniature fruit was a kumquat, or a tiny orange, but it is truly called a LIME. The bright orange skin is edible, you are supposed to eat the whole thing so do not try to peel it. These pretty little fruits have a very tangy, lemony taste. Try growing this container suitable Citrus tree for yourself.
I would like to suggest that you germinate your Calamansi Lime seeds, and most larger seeds, in a plastic baggie in damp paper toweling. I keep several baggies of seeds on a tray indoors to start with, no sunlight needed-a dark corner of a room kept warm (75-85 degrees is ideal). Date + label your bags of seeds and check on them often-plant in containers of good potting soil and water evenly once you have seedlings with a set of leaves.
Each Calamansi seed will divide into 2 or even 4 seedlings, so if you plant them in soil without the paper towel/baggie germination method you may be wondering if you planted more than one seed in each hole. Try germinating at least one seed in a sandwich sized zip lock baggie and see what I mean about them dividing, like many citrus seeds do.
All photos copyright Tamara Bockius/MauiSeeds.com
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