Calamondin Orange Reviews
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Customer Calamondin Orange Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/09/11, updated on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 122 readings)
We call our plant Little Orange Tree, but this is not its official name. The Latin term is Citrus mitis, but the English and German gardeners' sites on the net I've checked use the term Calamondin (which I'm going to use from now on, it sounds nice to my ears). I'd never heard the term before and a mini survey among my English speaking online friends showed that they hadn't, either. One site informs me that the plant originates from China, another that it comes from the Philippines. I think the latter claim is more convincing as the term comes from Tagalog, the language of the Philippines. 'Kalamunding' means: 1) a small citrus tree 2)the small, tangerine ... Read the complete review
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Easy to grow, cheap, invigorating to look at, underrated
Only around in Spring
Interesting and looked at closely, attractive little plant; fun for kids to see
Its tiny size makes it a pretty inconspicuous pot plant
Easy to grow and propagate; attractive
Often overlooked, may not grow to its best advantage if neglected
Easy, hardy, colourful, keeps evil spirits at bay.
Doesn't work quite so well with mothers-in-law.
A pooular plant
I am not over keen on the flowers
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Intolerant of lime
Versatile, tasty and cheap.
Can irritate the eyes.