Kumquat (Latin name: Fortunella Margarita (Lour.) Swingle), Rutaceae kumquat under the plant, also known as kumquat kumquat orange. The original distribution of China southeastern coastal provinces, especially in the Guangdong area, planting and edible kumquat has a long history, is worthy of the name of the town of kumquat. In addition, Southern China and the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River are also widely cultivated.
Kumquat evergreen shrub. 3 meters high, generally not spiny, branchlets green, nutrition enough branches; leaves lanceolate to oblong, 5-9 cm long, margin entire, slightly winged petiole; flowers small, white, fragrant, 1-3 flowers axillary, petals 5, stamens 20-25, 5 locules; fruit elliptic or obovate, long 2.5-3.5 cm, yellow fruit; spherical Japanese Kumquat (F.japonica). Enjoy the flowers, leaves or fruit, for the production of fruit production of orange cake, the pot after the fine management, propagated by grafting, rootstock with trifoliate orange or citrus seedlings. A line can be more than 10 golden yellow Xiaojie, Spring Festival general export in Hongkong, is very popular in Hongkong.
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