Nome botanico in latino: Microcitrus australis
Disponibile mezzo fusto o cespuglio
Vaso di diametro 20 o 22 cm
€ 35,00 – € 50,00
Of Australian origin. Targioni Tozzetti (1853) wrote about a new citrus species called Citrus australis, brought to Florence from Germany in 1838, by the Conte di Bouturlin for his garden in via dei Servi, in central Florence. This might be Microcitrus australis, which grew widely in the Florence Botanical Gradens in 1841 and later in the Gardens of Pisa, Bologna, Modena and Naples.
The plant is vigorous and bushy with small, oval, thick, leathery leaves. The small, white flowers grow singly. The fruit is spherical with yellowy-green, wrinkled rind. The plant is cold-hardy and can tolerate hot dry weather.
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