The Q&A Archives: Dwart Bearss seedless lime tree

Questioner's Location: Goodyear, AZ
Date: September 10, 2005

Question: We just purchased a dwarf Bearss seedless lime tree. It is about 2 feet tall. How long until it bears fruit?

Answer: Plant maturity has more to do with fruit production than plant size. I suspect your lime tree will begin to set fruit within two years. It will be worth the wait!

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