Plant Care – Four Season Kumquat Table Top
Light: Place your Four Season Kumquat Table Top at a spot for it to receive bright, indirect sunlight. Exposure to direct sunlight will result in leaves wilting and fruits dropping.
Water: Ensure the soil is kept moist but not wet. A good indicator will be to touch the top 2 inches of the soil; water thoroughly if the soil is dry. If the soil is still damp, wait for a day or two before watering.
Soil: Use a well-draining potting mix for your Kumquat.
Fertiliser: Fertilise with diluted liquid fertiliser. We would recommend watering your plant thoroughly before fertiliser application.
Humidity Requirement: Medium.
Fun Facts about the Kumquat: A small compact tree, the Four Season Kumquat can grow up to 5m tall. Four Season Kumquat fruits are orange thin-skinned, juicy, golf-ball sized (about 4 cm in diameter) and are usually eaten raw with the pulp and juice being very acidic and sour. The peel is sweet. Fruit remains on the plant for a long time, taking up to one year for the fruit to ripen to orange. Each fruit contains 6-9 fleshy segments. Fragrant white 5-petaled flowers bloom primarily in spring but may produce 4-5 smaller flushes throughout the year. Leaves are oval, slightly glossy and evergreen, growing 10cm long. Leaves are aromatic.
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