Kumquat fruit tree

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Comparing a few of the different Kumquat Fruit Trees and showing the size difference between dwarf semi dwarf and regular rootstocks

(2/2) Comparing a few of the different Kumquat Fruit Trees and showing the size difference between dwarf semi dwarf and regular rootstocks

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Kumquat Tree

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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 - Nagami

$39.00 ($39.00-$39.00 choose a size)

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.

Kumquat - Calamondin

$39.00

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

Dwarf Kumquat - Nagami

$49.00

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.

Kumquat - Variegated

$46.95 ($34.00-$69.00 choose a size)

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. Calamondin is cold-resistant. The fruits are very small, round, and orange at full maturity. The orange flesh is acidic, juicy, and contains a few seeds. If you are a fan of Kumquats then these will be a great addition to your collection. Calamondin trees flower and set fruit intermittently throughout the year, adding to the decorative appeal of these trees.

Dwarf Kumquat Meiwa

$59.00

A round brightly coloured sweet citrus fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet and low in seed. Semi dormant in winter lending it cold hardiness.Hybrid of Nagami and Marumi, to which it is most similar. A naturally small tree.

Kumquat - Meiwa

$39.00

A round, brightly coloured, sweet citrus fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet and low in seed. Semi dormant in winter lending it cold hardiness.Hybrid of Nagami and Marumi, to which it is most similar. A naturally small tree.

Dwarf Kumquat Calamondin

$44.00 ($44.00-$79.00 choose a size)

In the Philippines it is referred to as Calamansi, where it is commonly used when still green skinned as a lime substitute. The fragrant, acid pulp is used to make chutney or a delicious marmalade. Very ornamental, bearing heavy crops of small mandarin-shaped orange fruits.

Kumquat - Nagami

$39.00 ($39.00-$39.00 choose a size)

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.

Kumquat - Calamondin

$39.00

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

Dwarf Kumquat - Nagami

$49.00

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.

Kumquat - Variegated

$46.95 ($34.00-$69.00 choose a size)

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. Calamondin is cold-resistant. The fruits are very small, round, and orange at full maturity. The orange flesh is acidic, juicy, and contains a few seeds. If you are a fan of Kumquats then these will be a great addition to your collection. Calamondin trees flower and set fruit intermittently throughout the year, adding to the decorative appeal of these trees.

Dwarf Kumquat Meiwa

$59.00

A round brightly coloured sweet citrus fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet and low in seed. Semi dormant in winter lending it cold hardiness.Hybrid of Nagami and Marumi, to which it is most similar. A naturally small tree.

Kumquat - Meiwa

$39.00

A round, brightly coloured, sweet citrus fruit that can be eaten straight from the tree. Both the skin and the flesh are very sweet and low in seed. Semi dormant in winter lending it cold hardiness.Hybrid of Nagami and Marumi, to which it is most similar. A naturally small tree.

Dwarf Kumquat Calamondin

$44.00 ($44.00-$79.00 choose a size)

In the Philippines it is referred to as Calamansi, where it is commonly used when still green skinned as a lime substitute. The fragrant, acid pulp is used to make chutney or a delicious marmalade. Very ornamental, bearing heavy crops of small mandarin-shaped orange fruits.

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