Pavlovský Citrus limon (L.) Burm. f. Citroník
This variety is typical for its smaller yields and primarily for its overhanging branches. It could have come to the Russian city Pavlovo close to the river Oca either with Turkish merchants or Russian craftsmen working in Turkey. In Pavlovo it's been cultivated in typical Russian houses with small windows. That's also the reason why it is so well adapted to shade and little direct sunshine, which it literally dislikes. 'Pavlovsky' variety resembles the variety 'Eureka' in many ways. But in general, it has much less leaves that are however large and dark.
The fruit has excellent quality, grows on the branch's tip and is usually seedless. It weighs in average 100-130g and is slightly tight at the base.
The root system of this variety is typically weak and that's why it is mostly propagated by grafting. It takes dry conditions well and thus belongs to the citruses grown mostly in the flats, where it can live to very high age. It's necessary to cut the newly grown branches quite often.