Variety: Buddha's Hand

Variety Overview

Buddha’s hand is a distinctive-looking fruit that has long, finger-like protrusions from its base. The fruit can be green or yellow. It has a white flesh that is inedible, but its skin is used for zest as it offers a bittersweet flavor.

Characteristics

  • Specialty Citrus
  • Citrus
  • Long, finger-like protrusions extend from the base

  • White, inedible flesh

  • Bittersweet

  • Varies

  • Yellow or green

  • Non-uniform

  • Yes
  • None, propagated from cuttings or buds

  • September-February

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