Loquat Seedling – Italian – 1 gallon


From Bruce B

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Called “nespola”in Italy where it was introduced from China in the 18th century. says: “Depending on ripeness, their flesh embodies the crispness of a cantaloupe or evolves to a melt-in-your-mouth soft bite of an apricot. The golden brown, glossy seeds can be set aside and made into a traditional Italian liqueur, Nespolino, a bitter drink similar to amaretto.

Extremely easy to grow and often the first ripe (non citrus) fruit of the season