Named for its guaranteed beauty, ‘Miho’ is sure to bring pleasure and appeal to the landscape. With a somewhat spreading habit, the nearly thornless branches are covered with glossy, fragrant leaves and bow gracefully with easy to peel, sweet, juicy fruit. The white blossoms are highly fragrant and summon honeybees and butterflies aplenty; however this charming cultivar does not require a pollinator, as the fruit sets without the need for pollination. The early to ripen fruit is very tender and susceptible to bruising, so remove the fruit by clipping to avoid damage to the skin as soon as it ripens.
Utilize citrus trees in the landscape just like any ornamental tree. Give enough space that light is available from all sides, away from the shade of larger trees or buildings. A great plant for large patio containers where the fragrant flowers can be enjoyed and the fruit easily picked. Can also be grown indoors if space and ample sunlight can be provided.