||The adalia lemon variety has classic, bright yellow skin with yellow flesh, thick, white pith, and contains few seeds. The fruit has a medium-thick, firm rind and skin, with very tart juice and a fragrant, oily peel. The pronounced, blossom-end knob is characteristic.
||limes resemble common limes but are generally smaller and more rounded, roughly two inches in diameter. Their Kelly green skin is often blushed with yellow, a sign of ripeness. The thin peel is smooth, leathery and filled with sour aromatic oils. The segmented, seed-bearing flesh contains a sweet-tart juice