Fortunella margarita ‘Nagami’ This small tree loads its dense branches with bright orange, delicate, tart tasting oval fruit, appearing fall through mid-winter. The rind is sweet and therefore usually eaten whole. Very ornamental in containers on patio or indoors in bright light.
During summer, wait until the compost is starting to dry out, then water thoroughly. In winter, water even more carefully and sparingly. Feeding: From spring to late summer feed every month with a standard liquid fertilizer. Do not feed in winter.