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Miniature orange tree to produce your fruits organically!
Miniature orange tree with approx. 40cm high, in moss-covered dirt ball, replacing conventional vase
The fruits are edible
Calamondin produces a vivid presentation of intensely fragrant flowers from March. The fruit ripens in November and can stay on the tree for more than six months. The leaves are small and dark green, with a small, dense rounded tip, giving the tree a finely textural appearance.
The fruits grow up to 4 centimeters in diameter and have a very thin peel that becomes loose when the fruit ripens; It is small, round and orange in full maturity. Widely used as a houseplant or patio. Fruits are very sour when eaten raw, but can be made into preserves and jams
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 40 cm|
Kokedamas … Plants without pots. It is an aesthetic manifestation of the connection with nature. The history of Kokedama is said to be unknown, but there is a widely accepted theory.
Kokedama is derived from Bonsai’s “Nearai”. Bonsai is said to have started in the Edo period (794-1185) in Japan, so we can say that Kokedama is a new way to enjoy and enjoy the beauty of nature.