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Kumquat is a smallish broadleaf evergreen fruit tree native to China and southeastern Asia. It is one of the better citrus trees for indoor growing, thanks to its small size and its habit of late flowering and a long fruit production season. Kumquat is a slow grower with dense, glossy, dark green foliage. It bears small white flowers in the late spring to early summer, producing fruits that gradually ripen well into winter. Some varieties will even flower and fruit twice a year. These trees are best planted in the early spring. Young trees might take a year or two after they're planted before they start to bear fruit. Kumquat is not toxic to humans or pets, but gnawing on the wood may cause intestinal compaction problems in dogs and pet birds.