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Calamansi Fruits in basket


Calamansi fruits undergo a maturation process that typically spans three to four months from the time the flowers appear until they become fully ripe. When harvesting calamansi, it is crucial to select only ripe fruits, as they are larger and contain more juice when squeezed. Careful attention is given to ensure that unripe fruits are not included in the harvest operations, ensuring a high-quality yield.

Php50.00 / kilo

Calamansi Seedlings

Calamansi Marcots

Calamansi marcots are propagated through air layering with loamy soil, a method that takes about three months to develop roots. Once the roots are established, the marcots are transplanted into small polybags and kept in a shaded area for approximately two months.

After this period, they are ready for transplanting in an open environment. During the initial eight months of planting, it is essential to provide ample water to support their growth.

Php250.00 / seedling

Why We Love Calamansi

Calamansi, a sour fruit, offers numerous benefits. It boosts metabolism, aiding weight loss, and reducing cholesterol levels. It combats inflammation, assisting in managing acidity and fighting swelling. The fruit’s citric acid breaks up mucus, relieves throat and lung discomfort, and promotes respiratory health. Calamansi regulates glucose, insulin, and cholesterol levels, ensuring a healthy balance. Additionally, it detoxifies the body, benefiting organs like the gallbladder, liver, colon, and kidneys, and improving overall physical health, skin, and hair.

Calamansi Fruits

Young Fruits

3 year old calamansi

Three-year-old calamansi

Near-ripe calamansi fruit

Near ripe calamansi


Air-layered marcot