Nome botanico in latino: F. crassifolia
Disponibile mezzo fusto o cespuglio
Vaso di diametro 20 o 22 cm
A lesser-known Japanese variety of kumquat, also called “Ninpo” or “Neiha kinkan”. The fruit is oblong or round and fairly large with thin rind, which is sweet like the flesh, and few seeds.
Swingle (1915) initially thought it was a pure cultivar, but later concluded that it was a natural hybrid of the round and oval kumquats. It is very good to eat fresh, and is widely grown in Chekiang (China) and Fukoka (Japan).
The plant looks like a Nagami kumquat but is less resistant to the cold. Tanaka reported the existence of a very ornamental variegated crassifolia in Japan.
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