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Citrus Caviar Tree. Caviar Lime
The Citrus Caviar Tree is a variety of fruit tree that produces unusual edible fruit which contain citrus 'pearls', looking like caviar and bursting with flavours of lime and a hint of grapefruit. These juice 'pearls' are gaining rapid popularity in top restaurants around the world being used as a delicious garnish in deserts, salads and drinks.   

The fruits are elongated are 3-4cm long and can be green, yellow, black, brown or purple while the flesh is green, yellow or pink.

Perfect as an ornamental too, dark green dense foliage, white or sometimes pink flowers and tasty fruit year after year. A very pretty and compact tree, great for growing in containers on a patio as well as your garden. A self fertile tree.

Citrus trees instantly bring a piece of the Mediterranean to your garden. Grown in a sunny, sheltered position they will produce crops of delicious sweet fruits even in the UK, with only basic maintenance.


These trees are exceptional quality, from a specialist grower. Photos 1-6 show some of the citrus caviar trees coming into stock from Spring 2024. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes.

Click into the "Height" box and price of each tree is shown next to its size. UK delivery is FREE on all our palms.


To PRE-ORDER please contact with your requirements or alternatively reserve by choosing 'Manual' payments at checkout (no payment is taken until just before delivery).


  • Latin Name: Citrus Australasica.

    Common Name: Citrus Caviar Tree, Caviar Lime, Australian Finger Lime.

    Native to: Southeast Queensland and New South Wales Australia.
    Hardiness: Can withstand light frost

    Growth: Shrub or small tree with dense dark green foliage. White and sometimes pink flowers. Self fertile. Unusual elongated fruit with juice pearls very similar in appearance to caviar but tasting of lime and grapefruit. Perfect for patios

    Exposure: Sheltered.

    Sun: Full sun/partial shade.

    Soil: Any. Nutrient rich.

    Moisture: Regular watering.

    Feeding: Fertilize every month.

    Pruning: Lightly prune annually after fruiting in Autumn.

  • Pre-Order Now For Delivery From Spring 2024.


    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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