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50Pcs Buddha’s Hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis) Plant Seeds

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Medica Citrus var. Sarcodactylis, or fingered citron, is an oddly shaped variety of citron whose fruit is segmented into finger-like parts that mimic those seen on Buddha’s depictions. It is called the hand of Buddha in the Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese languages.

Bonus Option Includes:

50 x Buddha Hand Plant Seeds

20 x Bonus Mystery Seeds (Worth $7)

  1. Fill seeds in warm water for 24 hours
  2. Fill seeds in cold water for 72 hours.
  3. Put seeds in wet soil for 1.5cm cover with plastic
  4. Water every day , the seeds will sprout in 15 days.

Now Please feel free to enjoy our flowers.

Bonus Option Includes:

50 x Buddha Hand Plant Seeds

20 x Bonus Mystery Seeds (Worth $7)

  1. Fill seeds in warm water for 24 hours
  2. Fill seeds in cold water for 72 hours.
  3. Put seeds in wet soil for 1.5cm cover with plastic
  4. Water every day , the seeds will sprout in 15 days.

Now Please feel free to enjoy our flowers.

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Medica Citrus var. Sarcodactylis, or fingered citron, is an oddly shaped variety of citron whose fruit is segmented into finger-like parts that mimic those seen on Buddha's depictions. It is called the hand of Buddha in the Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese languages. Bonus Option Includes: 50 x Buddha Hand Plan

Does Buddha’s hand have seeds?

Just so, how do you grow a Buddha’s hand from seed?

Planting Buddha’s Hand: They can grow up to 10 feet tall and are very often grown in pots or containers as decorative plants. Grow Buddha’s hand seeds in well draining rich acidic soil. Choose a sunny spot that’s sheltered from the wind. Water the plant regularly for the first 2 years while it is growing.

One may also ask, can you eat Buddha’s Hand Raw? You should eat this thing. Unlike lemons, Buddha’s hand’s pith is not bitter, and so can be used raw or cooked in baked goods, salads, alcoholic infusions, and preserves! Buddha’s Hand is a citron, an ancestor of lemons and oranges, and is made of only sweet rind: no fruit, no pulp, no seeds, and no juice.

Likewise, people ask, what is Buddha hand vegetable?

Also known as the Fingered Citron, the Buddha’s Hand is one of the oldest citrus fruits. Sometimes described as a “lemon with fingers,” this strange citrus is treasured for its sweet floral fragrance and mild zest. Inside the fruit there is little to no flesh or juice––it’s all rind and pith.

What does a Buddha hand taste like?

Buddha’s Hand smells sweet, a bit lemony and similar to lavender. It has no juice, seeds or pulp. The oily pith, unlike in other fruits where it can be bitter, is sweet. The fruit can be used whole or can be zested.

Buddha’s Hand is an extremely fragrant type of citron that’s divided into finger-like sections and only consists of rind — there’s no pulp, juice, or seeds.