I have new season fruit ready for sale. Please DM for more details.
Tiliaris has been fully certified by NASAA (National Association of Sustainable Agriculture Australia) I believe this is the first, complete accreditation by an Finger Lime grower in the world. (there are other growers who are part way through or ‘in-conversion’ but I believe Tiliaris is the first. (if there is another grower who has previously been certified, please contact me directly and I will happily revoke this status…)
Below is what i would consider the best fact sheet on Finger Limes to date! Good job DPI and Judy Viola
There has been a serious lack of information about growing/harvesting these amazing fruit. I wish this was available 5 years ago when i started investigating the possibility of growing Finger Limes.
Most of the harvest is done for 2010. Much better than expected. I have had a 10 fold increase in quantity over last years harvest.
Just sorting out delivery of fruit to those i promised.
Photos to follow.
After a hot and very dry start to summer, we have had two weeks of good rain. The trees are full and loaded with fruit, as well as showing good signs of growth. The harvest will start mid February.
The new plantings of near Seedless, green flesh variety are looking very healthy. They where planted late spring, and where already 18months old, so a bit more mature than previous plantings, which is really showing the advantages of doing so, I am confident they will have harvestable quantities next year.
“My Foodservice News” reports on the state of Finger Limes in California.
Very interesting information from the USA, with some insightful historical facts.