As a native that has established itself in many parts of the continent, it is relatively easy to grow just about anywhere.
Once established it is very easy to care for, quite drought tolerant and the only drawback is that if you don’t prune it back well it can become huge.
The fruit pulp has become the darling of contemporary haute cuisine and is attractive as well as being tasty and healthy.
The peel is packed full of essential oils and literally nothing needs to go to waste.
These seed grown plants are between 6-12 months old and are ideal at this size to post out with minimal interruption to the plants growth.
They will need to be re-potted and kept in a pot for another six months after you receive them.