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      Calamansi Plant Pot

      AED 189 189
      Inclusive of all taxes
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      Description

      Product Details:

      • Calamansi, also known as calamondin, Philippine lime, or Philippine lemon, is an economically important citrus hybrid predominantly cultivated in the Philippines.
      • Plant Height -20-30cm(Approx).

      Delivery Information

      • Actual product may vary in shape or design as per the availability.The number of leaves and the size of the plant depends on seasonal availability.
      • Since plants are seasonal in nature, flowering plants might be delivered without them.
      • A majority of our orders are delivered on time as per the time slot selected.
      • This is not met in very rare cases where the situation is beyond our control viz., traffic congestion enroute, remote address for delivery, etc.
      • The delivery cannot be redirected to any other address once the order is prepared for delivery.
      • Although we try not to, occasionally substitution of plants are done due to temporary and/or regional unavailability issues.

      Care Instructions

      • About Plant - Calamansi, also known as calamondin, Philippine lime, or Philippine lemon, is an economically important citrus hybrid predominantly cultivated in the Philippines.
      • Water - The calamansi plant is moderately tolerant of droughts but should be watered when the soil becomes dry.
      • Temperature - The plant needs temperatures between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit to thrive.
      • Care Tips - Fertilize every four months with about 2 to 3 1/2 ounces of 16-20-0 fertilizer mixed with urea.
      • Light Requirement- Calamansi seedlings four hours of direct sunlight per day. 

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