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Baby Makrut/Kaffir lime

Baby Makrut (Kaffir) Lime

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£22.00
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These young Markrut (Kaffir) lime trees are the perfect size for a windowsill and with time they will produce the tasty and fragrant leaves used in Thai green cooking. They are a must in the kitchen for anyone that likes like cooking Asian dishes.
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New Season!! Our baby Markrut (sometimes known as Kaffir) limes are looking absolutely lovely and healthy, These are strong seedlings which are a great way to start a citrus collection on a budget, and with the right care, they can grow on and produce loads of leaves for cooking in years to come.
30cm tall including the 1L pot
1 x Baby Kaffir Lime   + £0.00
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5 Stars 4.9/ 5 61 reviews
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Miss Elliott, Aug 24
5 stars

Lovely plant in perfect condition

Mrs Mary Chow, Dec 24
5 stars

Excellent service and plant arrive very healthy!

Eli, Mar 30
5 stars

Great plant, arrived healthy

Heather, Mar 19
5 stars

A beautifully healthy plant

Diane Kane, Feb 25
5 stars

This was a gift for a friend

Liane Adams, Feb 24
5 stars

Beautiful plant, delivered on time. Highly recommended

Ms M Smith, Feb 18
5 stars

As stated on my other review

Carole, Feb 18
5 stars

Nice healthy plant in excellent condition, has a nice fragrance too. Bought for a friend who was delighted with it and commented that the leaves could be used for cooking so it was both attractive and useful. The inclusion of the pot is a bonus and sets the plant off nicely. The pot was better quality than I had expected given the overall price, which was very reasonable.

elena, Feb 15
5 stars

As advertised good quality

jacqueline, Feb 12
5 stars

Haven’t seen it myself because it was sent to a friend but she was delighted and comment on how beautifully packaged it was.

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Looking after your Baby Makrut Lime

This evergreen bush (Citrus hystrix) is grown for the wonderful flavoured leaves. It will live happily inside or in a conservatory in the winter and in the summer can make a striking patio plant. However, it is not frost hardy.

Like all citrus trees these Makrut Limes need lots of light and a stable environment. A cool room is best, protected from radiators and cold draughts.

Whilst in a small pot it will need regular watering and will appreciate some citrus feed every few weeks over the summer. With citrus, it is also best to water from the top allowing any excess water to drain away. Your Kaffir lime should never be allowed to sit in water and the top of the soil should be allowed to dry out completely between watering particularly in the winter months.

Young plants are grown for their leaves, but mature plants can produce wonderful rough-skinned limes which are also used in Oriental cooking. Plants can be re-potted in the spring or summer if they are starting to out grow their existing pots– a citrus compost is best as it needs acid soil. Over time you may wish to prune this bush in the winter to keep a compact shape.

The Kaffir lime leaves are a very popular spice in Thailand; their characteristic flavour appears in soups, stir-fries or curries. In Thai cuisine, kaffir lime is frequently combined with garlic, galangal, ginger and fingerroot, together with liberal amount of chillies. Try them finely chopped in stir-fries or use them like bay leaves and remove before serving in Thai curries.

Problem solving

Sudden changes in environment, under or over watering can all cause leaf drop however with a return to regular watering and a stable temperature they will usually recover well.

The glossy leaves of the Kaffir lime can pick up dust marks, if your plant develops dark grey marks over time they are likely to be dust or water marks which can easily be rubbed off with a clean cloth.