Citrus macroptera | Shatkora | Hatkhora | Ginger Lime | Wild Orange | 10_Seeds

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These seeds were collected from Citrus macroptera, also known as Ginger Lime, shatkora, hatkhora, cabuyao, Melanesian papeda, and wild orange. The rind is eaten as a vegetable. Citrus in general are larval host plants for the Black Swallowtail, Androgeus Swallowtail, Ruby-spotted Swallowtail, Schaus Swallowtail, Northern Sicklewing, Pink-spotted Swallowtail, Bahaman Swallowtail, Ornythion Swallowtail, Broad-banded Swallowtail, and the Giant Swallowtail butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.

Citrus macroptera seeds are a testament to natural elegance and resilience. These seeds are your ticket to cultivating a thriving garden, and they are packed with botanical wonders.

Citrus macroptera thrives in USDA Hardiness Zones 9-11, embracing a spectrum of climates with grace and poise.

But the enchantment does not stop there. These seeds yield a citrus tree, whose fragrant blossoms fill the air with a sweet and captivating aroma, inviting all pollinators to the grand feast.

Butterflies and moths, drawn to Citrus macroptera as a nurturing larval host, grace your garden with their delicate presence, offering a glimpse into the circle of life.

And the circle continues as a myriad of wildlife, from bees and butterflies to ladybugs, hummingbirds, and moths, discover sustenance in this verdant treasure trove. It is a harmonious symphony of life in your own garden.

Fun Fact: Citrus macroptera, also known as the Khasi Papeda, hails from the remote jungles of Southeast Asia and boasts a unique, tangy flavor with a hint of bitterness, making it a prized gem in culinary adventures.

So, whether you are an experienced gardener or just beginning your botanical journey, Citrus macroptera seeds offer a fragrant, resilient, and wildlife-friendly addition to your outdoor paradise. Cultivate not only a flourishing garden but also a deeper connection to the enchanting world of Citrus macroptera with these extraordinary seeds.