Popular in Thai and Cambodian cooking. The fresh and dried leaves impart a pleasant citrus flavor when added to soups and curries. The fruit rind is candied or dried and used in curry pastes. The fruits are eaten with fish or made into drinks. Zone 9-10.
|Pest Resistance||Very Good|
|Disease Resistance||Very Good|
|Heat Tolerance||Very Good|
|Wet Soil Tolerance||Fair|
|Fresh for Kids||Poor|
|This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, comments/opinions are always welcome|
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