24. Calamondin

(Citrofortunella microcarpa)
Location: 512 K St.
Nominator: Warren Roberts

Calamondin is a species of citrus and a hybrid between a kumquat and mandarin orange. The calamondin at 512 K St. reaches 20-ft tall with a 14-ft crown spread. Usually a shrub, this calamondin provides ample shade and tasty fruit with a distinctive sweet (peel) and sour (fruit) flavor when eaten whole. The fruits are used to make marmalade, juices, sauces, and cake.

Category: Unusual Size

Height: 30 ft

Spread: 30 ft

Girth: 4.1 ft

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