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Nagami Kumquat

Citrus japonica 'Nagami'

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Nagami Kumquat

Citrus japonica 'Nagami'

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Botanical Name

Citrus japonica 'Nagami'

Outdoor Growing zone

8-10

Mature Height

6-15

Mature Width

2-6

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, AL, AZ, CA, FL, HI, LA, PR, TX

The Nagami Kumquat is a beautiful citrus tree that is covered each winter in a dense profusion of small orange fruits. It grows into a very small tree, around 6 feet in height and so it is the first choice for growing citrus in pots if you live outside the hot regions where they can be grown outdoors. Imagine the beauty of this tiny tree each Christmas, when it makes a gorgeous picture of green leaves with hundreds of orange fruits nestling among them – a ready-made seasonal decoration. The Nagami Kumquat is the perfect choice for your first citrus tree, or the perfect addition to your existing collection of these fascinating plants.

  • The hardiest of all citrus – to 15 degrees
  • Many small decorative edible fruits
  • Small tree ideal for pot culture
  • Attractive evergreen foliage
  • Sweetly-scented white blossoms

Grow the Nagami Kumquat outdoors from zone 8, or in a pot. It is an easy tree to grow and is the hardiest of the citrus, standing 150 of frost without trouble and spending the winter happily in a cold porch or other well-lit spot. Use a pot with a drainage hole and a well-drained compost to grow your tree in a pot. Keep it indoors during freezing weather, but outdoors as much as possible. Trees outdoors will normally not be bothered by pests.

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