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Fruits & Vegetables
Scientific Name: Citrus japonica Thunb. cv.
Common Names: Four Season Kumquat
Maximum Height: 3 m to 4 m
A small compact tree manicured to create an interesting topiary display of multiple tiers.
Kumquat fruits are orange thin-skinned, juicy, golf-ball sized (about 4 cm in diameter) and is 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 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 to 10cm long. Leaves are aromatic.
Often seen during Chinese New Year as the common name ‘Kumquat’ is derived from the Cantonese translation ‘Gam Gat’ which means gold and luck. The plant is thus, seen as a symbol of wealth and prosperity.
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Delivery is FREE OF CHARGE for a minimum purchase of S$200.00. Otherwise, a delivery surcharge of S$16.00 is applicable.
Additional delivery charges of S$15.00 (inclusive of GST) is applicable on top of the normal delivery fee to locations:
Marina Bay Sands, Sentosa, Jurong Island, restricted camps, Airline Cargo Complex and Airline Road
3 layer, Pot 12" (Saucer 24cm), 3 Layer, Red Pot 16” (Saucer 50cm), 8 Layer, Pot 60cm (Saucer 50cm)