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Buddha's Hand or Citron
Also known as the Fingered Citron, this unusual and fragrant citrus fruit is split into a number of finger-like sections, somewhat resembling a human hand. It has been prized for centuries in China and Japan, where it is used for perfuming rooms and clothing, and in religious ceremonies.
|Buddah's Hand Citron||
It has a lemony perfume and is
used to flavor liqueurs, vermouth, and for medicinal purposes.
|#5 gal - $39.99|
The fruit has a yellow rind when mature, and contains no flesh, juice or seeds. Although Buddha's Hand is popular for its ornamental value, the rind of the fruit is also eaten in some Asian countries. The tree has large leathery leaves, and has thorns. Trees are small and can be grown in a container. Citrons are sensitive to frost (more sensitive than lemons), and will require a warm frost-free site.
|Very yellow orange when ripe||Chris's hand & Buddha's hand|
|Buddha's hand "fingers" can be more than 12 inches long.|
|Citron, Buddha's Hand foliage has natural crinkle to to the leaves.||Most citrus trees should have smooth clean foliage. It if is not then a major pest problem may be underway.|