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Key lime

My key lime tree, which is a seedling, is up to its usual tricks--producing 100s of ping-pong ball size fruits. I've been squeezing and freezing the juice off and on for the last 2 days. As a consequence, I have lots of seeds. If anyone wants some--it might make an interesting [but thorny] house plant--let me know and send me an SASE. This is the lime that is also called Mexican lime and bartender's lime. I prefer the fruit to that of the Persian [or Tahiti] lime, the lemon-sized green one. These are yellow outside, green inside when ripe.

Jim Singer
955 E. Seminole Drive
Venice, Florida 34293

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