Citrus australasica, Microcitrus australasica (caviar citrus)
Description: Citrus australasica, lemon caviar, finger lime or citrus caviar is a shrub or small tree of lowland understory and subtropical rainforests in the border-coastal region of Queenlands and New South Wales (Australia).
The tree is 2-6 m tall. The leaves are small, 1-5 cm long and 3-25 mm broad. The flowering is white with petals 6-9 mm long. The fruit is cylindrical, 4-8 cm long, sometimes slightly curved. It occurs in different colors, including pink and green.
For some years now, caviar lemon has been introduced into haute cuisine, due to its numerous edible vesicles.
We have caviar lemon plants in various sizes, from 5L to 90L.