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|Hybrid parentage||Citrus limon × Citrus reticulata|
|Cultivar||Citrus limon x reticulata|
It was first discovered in New Zealand in the 1980s . It grows in subtropical regions of the two countries, notably Queensland in Australia and Northland in New Zealand and can grow in the United States.
The fruit has a similar appearance to limes, but yellows as it ripens. The fruit is segmented, and can be eaten readily; its low-acid content gives it a sweet taste similar to the orange, but with a flavour not unlike a mild lemon.
Lemonade fruit is available during the winter and early spring months.
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