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Calamondin orange

Calamondin orange
  • This hybrid between mandarin orange and kumquat bears fragrant white blossoms in late winter or spring.
  • The wonderfully fragrant flowers develop into showy 1-inch-diameter orange fruits on a shrubby plant with glossy green foliage. 
  • Fruits can remain on the plant for many weeks.
  • You can harvest the fruits after theyripen and use them like lemons or kumquats or make them into marmalade.
  • Growing conditions: Bright to intense light; 65-80°F, 55-65° F. in winter; keep soil evenly moist.
  • Size: To 4 feet tall and wide.

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