The Nagami kumquat is delicious to eat during cold winter months, and the delicate balance of sweet and sour flavors satisfies the taste of the most ticky citrus lover. The Nagami kumquat may form clusters of seedless fruit occasionally, and this citrus tree is very cold hardy at temperatures of 10F outdoors. Ripening from October until January, the Nagami kumquat offers fresh citrus fruit, even for northern gardeners who can grow the kumquat indoors in pots. The Nagami kumquat has been hybridized with the Marumi kumquat to produce the Meiwa round kumquat that tastes sweet even in the green stage. Some people consider the Nagami to be the tastiest kumquat when completely ripened. The Nagami Kumquat fruit is delicious right off the tree! Specimen trees like this one are available for shipping year-round--Buy yours from TyTy Nursery Today! The kumquat of the Nagami Kumquat tree turns a beautiful color as it ripens. This small tree loads its dense branches with bright-orange, delicate tasting oval fruit, appearing nearly year round. Slow-growing, upright from 8 feet tall, 6 feet wide. The Nagami Kumquat tree is grafted on tri-foliate rootstock.