Cumquats

Our Cumquat Range

There are a number of different varieties of cumquat, although they’re usually characterized by smaller leaves with a short distance between leaf buds. This gives them a really dense look that makes them a very attractive feature tree. Regular pruning will help them stay bushy. Their fruit tends to ripen from mid to late winter and is either used fresh for the juice or used in preserve or jam making and cooking.


CUMQUAT CALAMONDIN

(x citrofortunella microcarpa)

Calamondins are a small, round fruit that’s quite sour if eaten fresh. It’s typically used for making jams and preserves.

  • Full height ranges from 3 – 6m
  • Fruit size: Small
  • Fruit can ripen from July onward
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: Yes

$50 each – 200mm pot


Cumquat Nagami ripening on the branch

CUMQUAT NAGAMI

(Fortunella margarita ‘nagami’)

Nagami cumquats produce small, oblong fruit. It can be eaten off the tree and though the flesh is tart, the skin is super-sweet.

  • Full height ranges from 2 – 4m
  • Fruit size: Small
  • Fruit can ripen from June
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: Yes

$50 each – 200mm pot


Variegated Calamondin

CUMQUAT CALAMONDIN (variegated)

(Calamondin ‘variegata’)

The Variegated Calamondin has a unique green and yellow colouration on its leaves and fruit.

  • Full height ranges from 3 – 6m
  • Fruit size: Small
  • Fruit can ripen from July onward
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: Yes

$50 each – 200mm pot

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