Where Do Limes Grow?

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Limes grow in tropical or in semitropical regions. They are extremely cold sensitive and do not survive freezing temperatures. Southern tip of Florida, southern Texas and central California are best growing areas for lime.
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For centuries limes have done very well growing in Egypt. Limes also grow well in climate Mediterranean areas. In 1677 Sir Thomas Herbert sited limes growing near the coast of Mozambique.
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