The lemonade fruit is a hybrid citrus fruit found in Australia and New Zealand. A cross between a navel orange and a lemon, it was first cultivated in the 1980s in Australia. 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.
It has branches with scattered thorns, aromatic white blooms and vivid green leaves these make the tree suitable to be used as an ornamental tree in the garden.