Lemon Pakistani Grafted


The Pakistani lemon, is a popular citrus fruit in Pakistan and other parts of South Asia. This variety is prized for its thin skin, high juice content, and intense flavor, making it a staple in many culinary dishes and beverages.

Pakistani lemon trees are evergreen and can grow up to 10-20 feet tall. They have dark green, glossy leaves and produce fragrant white flowers, which develop into oval-shaped, yellow lemons. The fruit has a thin, smooth rind and juicy, acidic flesh.

These trees prefer full sun and well-draining soil. They require regular watering, especially during the growing season, and benefit from occasional fertilization to promote healthy growth and fruit production.

Pakistani lemons are used in a variety of culinary applications, from fresh juices and salads to flavoring dishes and making preserves. The tree’s ornamental value and productive nature make it a popular choice for home gardens in warm, sunny climates.



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