Semi-Dwarf Kumquat Nagami

rutaceae fortunella

This small tree loads its dense branches with bright orange, delicate, tart tasting oval fruit, fall through midwinter. The rind is sweet and therefore the fruit is usually eaten whole. Very ornamental in containers or indoors in bright light. Evergreen.

Light Needs: Full sun.

Watering Needs: Needs regular watering – weekly, or more often in extreme heat.

Average Landscape Size: Slow growing 10 ft. tall, 8 ft. wide.

Key Features: Edible Fruit.

Blooms: Blooms spring through late summer.

Poisonous: No.