The Calamondin Tree has fruit that’s a cross between a mandarin and a kumquat, this mini-orange, as it’s dubbed, is wonderfully delicious. Plus, the Calamondin delights with a heavenly scent and several flushes (harvests) of blossoms and fruit throughout the year.
- Light: Full sun or very bright light
- Water: Water thoroughly, allowing the surface of the soil to dry between waterings.
- Additionally: will need to be hand-pollinated to trigger fruit production. Use a small, dry paintbrush to dab each flower. Wiggle the brush around the center of each flower, moving from flower to flower.