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As mentioned, the tip of the plant was broken, and the picture on the tree had a picture of tiny lemon and not tiny oranges
I hope I won't be surprised and get little lemon instead of little oranges-kumquat
In good condition
These look nice except one of them has a very large growth from the parent lime to which the bear lime was grafted and I have had to cut this off, after which the kumquat looks a lot less bushy!
Kumquat - Tree
Kumquat is a neat bushy tree producing small oblong fruit, which when ripe, have a sweet skin and sour inside. Eat fresh, make into marmalade or preserve in brandy.
Although citrus are not hardy in Britain they can easily be grown in pots outdoors in summer as long as they are brought into a cool, light, but frost-free place for the winter, such as a frost-free greenhouse or cool conservatory. Fragrant flowers appear all year round especially in late winter so they often flower and fruit at the same time.
Our Citrus Trees will be delivered from February-June as potted specimens in 3ltr pots, approximately up to 1.2m/4ft tall.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1 x 3ltr Kumquat Tree
Delivery: Mid March to Late August