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Limequat Citrus is a small, tangy citrus fruit that is a hybrid between a lime and a kumquat. It produces small, oval-shaped fruits that have a sweet and sour flavor and can be eaten whole. Limequats are popular in cocktails, dressings, and marinades, and are also used in cooking and baking.
The best position for growing Limequat Citrus is in a warm, sheltered, and sunny spot. It can be grown in pots or containers, or in well-drained soil in a protected area of the garden.
Limequat Citrus can be planted at any time of the year, but the ideal time is during the spring or summer months when temperatures are warmer and there is more sunlight. The plant should be watered regularly, but not over-watered, as this can lead to root rot.
Harvesting time for Limequat Citrus is typically during the winter months when the fruit is fully ripe and ready to be picked. The fruit should be harvested when it is still firm, but has turned a bright yellow color.
To ensure healthy growth and a good crop, it is important to feed Limequat Citrus regularly with a citrus fertiliser. This should be done every 2-3 months during the growing season, from spring to autumn. This will help to promote healthy growth and ensure a bountiful harvest of delicious Limequat Citrus fruits.
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