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Citradia – Cold Hardy Citrus (Cross between Seville Orange & Trifoliate Orange) – Hardy to 0F (Zone 7a)
Citradia is a cross of sour orange and trifoliate orange. Citradias have trifoliate leaves and look very much like citranges. They combine the cold hardiness of both parents are said to be more vigorous and in some cases hardier than either one.
Australian finger limes are an unusual variety of citrus and perhaps one of the most fascinating. The fruit is oblong juicy capsules bursting with intense, lemon-lime flavor.