Seedless kumquats are hard-to-find. ‘Nordmann Seedless Nagami’ has teardrop shaped fruit that’s tart and juicy with a flavor similar to the standard ‘Nagami’ kumquat, but it’s seedless. Kumquats are meant to be eaten, skin and all, so the combination of flavors creates a sweet/tart taste. The fruit of ‘Nordmann Seedless Nagami’ is about 2” long x 3/4” diameter and they hang in ornamental clusters on the tree. Our true-to-name grafted plant will bloom and fruit sooner. Within one year, it will flower in the summer and set fruit just in time for the holidays with fruit ripening from December to June. As with all citrus, keep the roots healthy by drying out between waterings and give full sunlight and moderate amounts of fertilizer for steady growth.
|Hardiness Zone||9, 10|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||50|
Container Grown Citrus
Keep the root systems healthy and active. A period of dryness helps stimulate flowers and fruiting. Mimic Florida’s climate- wet summers and dry fall/winters.
Most important for potted citrus:
• Full sun and high light. The more the better.
• For faster growth and an active root system,
grow them warm.
• Do not over pot.
• Grow in clay pots for optimum root health.
• Fertilize spring through fall.
• High light aids in flowering and fruiting.
• Fertilize in growing season 1-2 times a month.
• Water when the soil is visually dry or at first signs of wilt.
• How to Grow Your Own Kumquats