Love at first bloom, we predict. A spray of intensely fragrant white blossoms, set off by round green leaves, gives way to a tree brimming with juicy small orange orbs filled with succulent, tart citrus juice; they provide a zesty sprinkle for beverages, fish and salads. Thin-skinned and full of flavor, these dwarf kumquats can also be eaten raw or cooked down into marmalade or jelly. One of the most frost-hardy of all of the citrus, the Fukushu kumquat produces abundantly, can tolerate normal light conditions and will do well outdoors or inside next to a window. USA grown.