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'Fortunella' Fukushu Patio Kumquat Tree

'Fortunella' Fukushu Patio Kumquat Tree

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Botanical Name Fortunella obovata ‘Fukushu’
Mature Height

Prune To Size

Mature Width Prune To Size 
Light Requirement Full Sun
Winter Care Move Indoors
Tolerance N/A
Attracts Pollinators


ℹ Relish in the amazing Fukushu Kumquat, fast gaining popularity as a fuss free patio citrus tree easily grown in a pot and moved indoors for winter! The Fukushu Kumquat tree bears fruits with the largest size among all kumquats, boasting a juicy and fleshy interior with fewer seeds. Renowned for their vibrant color and delightful balance of sweetness and tartness, Fukushu Kumquats offer a uniquely satisfying citrus experience. Their aromatic skin encases a succulent flesh bursting with flavor, making them ideal for both snacking and culinary uses. Especially convenient for snacking Kumquats can be eaten whole without the need for peeling as the skin is completely edible! Whether enjoyed fresh, sliced into salads, or used as a garnish for cocktails, Fukushu Kumquats stand out as a premium choice, offering a luxurious and indulgent citrus treat with every bite. To successfully cultivate this botanical rarity in Canada, they are easily grown in pots, which are moved indoors before frost and placed outdoors during the growing season on a sun drenched patio, balcony or deck. Adequate sunlight, well draining soil, and proper fertilization will ensure you get to reap a continued successful harvest. Harvesting time for Kumquats is fairly flexible. Fruit harvested early will have a higher acid content compared to fruit that are allowed to ripen longer on the tree. The vibrant orange color combined with a nice weight, shiny skin and fragrant smell of the fruit is the best indicator for harvest. With 2 main flushes of blooms in spring and fall as well as varying ripening times for each fruit this tree typically produces fruit year round, with peak fruiting occurring during the warmer months, allowing staggered picking through out the year. Note: the exact fruiting pattern may vary based on growing conditions and care.