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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleface View Post
    What kind of lime? Would love to have a maple tree, but they don't do well in South Florida.
    I have a kaffir lime, but its more of a bush than a tree and it doesn't produce fruit. I just use the leaves for southeast Asian cooking. An actual fruiting lime tree would be an amazing thing to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ackb4r View Post
    That lime tree sounds awesome.

    I'm planting tomatoes, bell peppers, grean beans, swiss chard, fennel, squash, sorrel, zucchini, maybe okra if I have room, plus various herbs. I'm thinking about maybe some peppers too since they do well in pots, but my wife wont eat spicy foods so I won't get much use out of them.
    One year I dried my cayennes, and made my own crushed red pepper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleface View Post
    What kind of lime? Would love to have a maple tree, but they don't do well in South Florida.
    It's a Mexican key lime tree.

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    Had to Google kaffir lime. It sounds like something I would love too. According to Google it does produce fruit in SF, but mostly grown for the leaves. I have a Key Lime at the moment. Swallowtails love it.

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    I have a kaffir lime, but its more of a bush than a tree and it doesn't produce fruit. I just use the leaves for southeast Asian cooking. An actual fruiting lime tree would be an amazing thing to have.
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    Good for mojitos.

    Quote Originally Posted by mboone73 View Post
    It's a Mexican key lime tree.
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    I am taking a much needed vacation this weekend (even though I should actually be moving, but the vacation was already paid for so...), but wanted to just say thanks to everyone who has been posting on the forum. I've been doing a turk at work thing, which means no downloads, just straight Chrome. And it also means that everything posted here has been super helpful. So thanks and have a great weekend!

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