We should all be familiar with oranges, but limes don't seem to be eaten very often in our lives, and the name "lime" doesn't sound very popular. In addition to the acid, the pulp of lime is even a little bitter, and the peel is difficult to peel off, so we must be curious what such a "bad" fruit is?
Lime is Rutaceae, citrus small trees, dense branches and leaves, thorns. The leaf color is dark green, the quality is thick, the wing leaf is obovate, the base is narrow and sharp. Racemes with a few flowers, flower buds elliptic or subglobose. The fruit is round or oblate, the pericarp is slightly thick to very thick, difficult to peel off, orange yellow to vermilion, the core is solid or half full, the pulp is sour, sometimes bitter or has a special smell, and the seeds are numerous and large.