Fortunella margarita hybrid. Possibly the most beautiful ornamental citrus ever, the Centennial variegated kumquat offers intensely fragrant white flowers during the summer and golfball sized orange fruit from winter throughout the summer. Fruit is delicious eaten out of hand when fully ripe. The juvenile fruit is striped light green and yellow to match the gorgeous variegated foliage, which is a meld of dark green, cream and pale yellow. Growth is narrowly upright without thorns, so a perfect patio specimen. A chance seedling of Nagami, this cultivar will reward the grower many times over. As of October 2016, trees are full and bushy, about 2' tall. Grown on dwarfing rootstock in 5 gal containers and shipped in 3' x 1' x 1' braced boxes.