The Kumquat trees are dense in foliage with dark glossy green leaves and like other citrus flowers, they grow delicate white flowers that mature into sweet-smelling fruits, the lovely Kumquats.
This citrus tree produces sweet-smelling fruits.
Kumquat is self-fertile, making it low maintenance, and can live up to 15 years with proper care.
While not advised for eating, Kumquats can be used in a variety of ways, including candles and aromatherapy, these lovely fruits will give a sweet natural smell to your home!
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Kumquat Tree Care Guide
This zesty fella loves light, ideally near a window in a bright cool room, a balcony or a conservatory
For younger trees, keep the soil moist, but not wet or soggy. Water it thoroughly from the top when the soil starts to look dry and let the excess water drain away. Once the plant is settled, water during dry spells
Like other citrus trees, it doesn’t appreciate wetter climates, so they should be grown in free-draining soil or compost