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Fortunella margarita Nagami

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A1, C11,
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Size: 30cm
Available: 2
$/Unit (EX GST): $72.45 ex GST
$/Unit (INC GST): $79.70 inc GST
Size: 30cm Espalier
Available: 1
$/Unit (EX GST): $131.25 ex GST
$/Unit (INC GST): $144.38 inc GST
A1, C11,
Size: 40cm
Available: 2
$/Unit (EX GST): $157.50 ex GST
$/Unit (INC GST): $173.25 inc GST
Botanical Name: Common Names:
Fortunella margarita Nagami Oval Cumquat, Kumquat, Citrus,

Native: Foliage Type:
No Evergreen

Plant Type: Plant Habit:
Citrus & Fruit, Hedging / Screening, Trees Rounded, Shrub Like, Upright

Attractive thornless citrus tree commonly known as the Cumquat, mainly ornamental and practical plants for the garden and are commonly used as both a feature and for their produce. Masses of white fragrant flowers followed by small oval-shaped orange tart-flavoured fruits in abundance, peaking in the warmer months. Fruit is great to be used for preserves and liqueurs. Suitable for most gardens or plant in a large tub. Height: 3-4m Width: 2-3m. Available as a espalier and as a standard. Dwarf varieties are also available for smaller gardens.

Mature Height: Mature Width:
2-4m 2-4m

Position: Soil Type:
Full Sun Loam, Sandy, Well Drained

Landscape Use(s)
Balcony / Roof, Borders / Shrubbery, Coastal Garden, Courtyard, Edible Garden, Feature, Formal Garden, Fragrant Garden, Hedging / Screening, Mass Planting, Topiary / Espalier, Container / Pot

Pests & Diseases: Aphids, Fruit Fly, Generally trouble free, Mites, Scale, Sooty Mould, Yellow Leaves

Cultural Notes: Protect your citrus from frost and hot dry winds, especially while young. Citrus are not deep rooted and therefore do require regular deep watering in the warmer months and whilst fruiting. Citrus are mainly ornamental and practical plants for the garden and are commonly used as both a feature and for their produce. It is always advisable to water citrus well when they are setting fruit and throughout the fruit growing and ripening stages. If plants dry out it often results in fruit drop and the citrus is less juicy and thick skinned. Citrus love food, a variety of different fertilisers can be used including organic manures (cow, horse or chicken) or the popular inorganic fertilisers. Citrus should be fed 3-4 times per year and if growing in pots/containers it is often recommended to feed your citrus every 6-8 weeks.

Plant Care
Annual slow release fertiliser, Keep moist during dry periods, Liquid feed, Mulch well

Family Name: Origin:
Rutaceae Asia

Foliage Colour: Green
Flower Colour: White
Flower Fragrant: No
Flowering Season: Spring
Fruit: Yes

Requirements Tolerances
Growth Rate: Moderate
Maintenance Level: Medium
Water Usage: Medium / Moderate
Drought: Medium / Moderate
Frost: Moderate
Wind: Medium / Moderate