Chinotto Fruit tree in pot Ø15cm Citrus Myrtifolia #20650
Chinotto Citrus, pot Ø15 cm The myrtle-leaved orange tree, is a species of Citrus with foliage similar to that of the common myrtle. The fruit of the tree resemble small oranges. They are sour or bitter and are commonly called by their Italian name, chinotto. Slow growing, densely foliated, highly decorative tree. The scientific name is Citrus Myrtifolia, and it is a tree one and a half meters high, with few branches but full of fruits and leaves. The plant is very similar to those of its own family. Citrus are subtropical or warm-temperate plants adapted to growing in sandy alluvial soils along floodplains. Soils can be infertile sands, but citrus grow best in medium-fertile, well-drained soils of neutral to slightly-acid pH.