Why don't limes have seeds?

Answer When you cut or bite into most citrus fruits, you will notice that they usually have seeds. Unlike their citrus cousins, the most common types of limes generally do not have any seeds.Types of Lime... Read More »

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Why don't limes have seeds like lemons?

Lemons and limes are two closely related and commonly found citrus fruits but they have some key differences in terms of how they are grown, the types that are found most often, and the presence of... Read More »

Where do limes come from?

Key limes originate from the Indo-Malayan region, according to Purdue University. The Persian lime, however, has an unknown origin. Persia (modern Iran) probably introduced this fruit to the Medite... Read More »

Where did limes originate?

Limes are native to southern Asia, especially the East Indies. In the 10th century, they were brought to north Africa and the middle East by Islamic traders, and from there they came to Europe, whe... Read More »

When are key limes in season?

Key limes, also known as Mexican limes, thrive in warm, moist climates. In the Florida Keys, key lime trees produce some fruit year-round, but the main seasons are May/June and November/December.Re... Read More »