These are also known as Makrut Lime. Grafted onto the “Flying Dragon” dwarf rootstock to produce a smaller growing tree. Produces knobbly-skinned fruit that are not edible, however the young, tender foliage is harvested and used for culinary purposes in Asian style cooking. Best grown in a warm, sunny position that is sheltered from frosts and soils are evenly moist, fertile and free-draining.

Grows to between 2m and 2.5m both in height and width.