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KUMQUAT TREE

Kumquat fruit treeBotanical Name: Fortunella species
Description

This small kumquat tree has an abundance of dark orange fruit that is delicious eaten fresh or used in marmalades and jams. They make very ornamental tub specimens.

Kumquat - Meiwa

Kumquat - Meiwa

Similar to the Marumi. A round brightly coloured fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet. Cold hardy.
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Kumquat Nagami

Kumquat - Nagami

The small oval fruit is a brilliant deep orange colour with a highly aromatic skin. The fruit holds on the tree for a long period adding to its high ornamental value. It can be eaten whole as a fresh fruit or in the same way as other kumquats.
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Calamondin compliments of green thumbs

Kumquat - Calamondin

In the Philippines it is referred to a as Kalamansi, where the acid pulp is used to make chutney, marmalade or as a lime substitute. Very ornamental bearing heavy crops of small round fruits.
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Calamondin compliments of green thumbs

Dwarf Calamondin

In the Philippines it is referred to a as Kalamansi, where the acid pulp is used to make chutney, marmalade or as a lime substitute. Very ornamental bearing heavy crops of small round fruits.
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Kumquat - meiwa

Dwarf Kumquat Meiwa

Similar to the Marumi. A round brightly coloured fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet. Cold hardy.
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$40.95 0 Grafted Large Email Me When Available In Production
Kumquat Nagami

Dwarf Kumquat - Nagami

The small oval fruit is a brilliant deep orange colour with a highly aromatic skin. The fruit holds on the tree for a long period adding to its high ornamental value. It can be eaten whole as a fresh fruit or in the same way as other kumquats.
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$40.95 0 Grafted Large Email Me When Available In Production
Variegated Kumquat

Kumquat - Variegated

A highly ornamental kumquat with variegated foliage. Well suited as a pot specimen. Also known as Calamondin it has acid fruit that is most commonly grown in the Philippine Islands although it is probably of Chinese origin. It is believed to be a natural hybrid, with kumquat in the parentage. In the Philippines it is sometimes called calamonding or calamansi. Here in the United States it is primarily planted as an ornamental, either growing in the ground or in a container. Calamondin is cold-resistant. The tree form is upright and columnar, and the leaves are small and dense giving the tree
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Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)

2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate

1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter?

All Leaves (Evergreen)

Fruiting/Harvest Months

August, September, October, November, December,

 

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