Hong Kong Kumquat Tree – Fortunella hindsii
Hong Kong produces masses of very small, bright orange kumquats only 1/2″ in diameter. While the fruit is very sour and basically a thin skin covering several large seeds, the Hong Kong has a following among citrus aficionados because of its uniqueness. Hong Kong is a primitive kumquat and the only one that can be found in the wild (South China). It’s a slow grower and is great as a bonsai plant. Fruit ripens October-January. Self fertile. Zones 8A-10.