My makrut lime. While I'm introducing you to my plants, meet my rescue makrut lime. ? ? I've always wanted one (yep, maybe that's weird) and my chance arrived when somebody was selling one nearby. ? ? It hadn't been fed, pruned, fertilised or cared for in a while, and was in a bit of a rough state. ? ? But I picked it up, loaded it sideways into the boot of our little hatchback (sorry tree! It was for the best, I promise) and brought it home to our balcony where I've been restoring it back to its former glory with a lot of love, care, pruning, and fertiliser.? ? It's starting to come back to life, change from yellow to green, and is looking more like a lime tree should. And I'm loving every moment of sharing my balcony with it (and how much it reminds me of Thailand!)

My makrut lime. While I'm introducing you to my plants, meet my rescue makrut lime. ?
?
I've always wanted one (yep, maybe that's weird) and my chance arrived when somebody was selling one nearby. ?
?
It hadn't been fed, pruned, fertilised or cared for in a while, and was in a bit of a rough state. ?
?
But I picked it up, loaded it sideways into the boot of our little hatchback (sorry tree! It was for the best, I promise) and brought it home to our balcony where I've been restoring it back to its former glory with a lot of love, care, pruning, and fertiliser.?
?
It's starting to come back to life, change from yellow to green, and is looking more like a lime tree should. And I'm loving every moment of sharing my balcony with it (and how much it reminds me of Thailand!)

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