Kumquat Tree Kumquat Tree
Kumquat Tree Kumquat Tree


Kumquat Tree

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An evergreen beauty to bring some colour to your patio or balcony. 

Please note: If you choose to pair your plant with one of our pots, we recommend purchasing a waterproof sealant to apply to the pot surfaces. This will ensure longevity and durability as our pots were not designed to withstand extreme weather conditions. 


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With smooth rounded edges, the Broadway is a simple yet elegant choice for any home interior. 



+ £48.00

Clean lines and cylindrical, the Dalston is cool yet functional as it has the added benefit of drainage holes and...



+ £35.00

Statuesque in form, the Regent is our most regal pot featuring a narrow base and elegant handles.



+ £44.00

Industrial and minimalist in design, this planter is the perfect addition to any home interior style. 

Kumquat Tree


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Large size details:

• Nursery Pot Ø: 22cm

• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 24-26cm

• Approx plant height: 85cm

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How to care

How to care



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Light Requirements

Full, direct sunlight

Keep this plant in the sunshine. The more sun.. the more likely you’ll grow fruit.

Watering Schedule

Keep soil lightly moist.

Water when the top 2'' of soil are starting to dry out.


High humidity

Mist often to keep humidity levels high.

Sad Plant Signs

Brown, curling yellowing or dropping leaves.

Brown, curling leaves: Lack of water or salt build up in soil. Reduce fertilising routine and water only with rainwater moving forwards. Keep soil moist. Yellow leaves: Over-watering, improper drainage or pests. Make sure your decorative pot has drainage holes and that the roots aren't sitting in water. Inspect the plant for any pests and treat accordingly. Dropping leaves: Do not worry - this is completely normal in the winter months.

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Finding the perfect plant parent

The perfect companion to the sunny spot in your outdoor space. Keep in the full sunshine and mist often to keep humidity levels high. This tropical plant doesn’t like cold temperatures, you'll need to bring it inside in the winter months.

Outdoor plant collection  Leaf Envy
Outdoor plant collection  Leaf Envy


Southeast Asia Plant Bio  Leaf Envy

Plant Bio

Citrus; Kumquat tree

Citrus trees are known as the most widely cultivated fruit trees in the whole world, however there is still confusion about their exact origin. Scientific research trace it back to South East Asia, China and India. This tells us that these plants love the sunshine and humidity. Keep it in a sun spot and it'll produce fruit in the Summer and Autumn months for your home-made lemonade! Contrary to this, these plants do not like cold temperatures. When the British weather steadiest to below 10°C, bring tree into your home for the winter. Any type of citrus tree will thank you for a regular feed in the Spring & Summer months, choose a citrus specific fertiliser and use according to the bottle instructions.


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