Loquats are normally bushy, rather dense trees. Their broad, leathery, dark-green leaves are often used in floral arrangements. Easily grown, attractive trees in the garden, they blossom and set fruit from October to February. Selected varieties produce clusters of excellent yellow fruit that mature in the spring and early summer.
Loquat fruit is consumed by various cultures for culinary and healing purposes. ... The leaves and fruit have high concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C.
This listing is for 1 small tree approx 20-25cm