Citrus Tree and Growth from root stock
I had clementine tree that didn't do well with the last winter. (one day of freeze in Florida and it all dies). Anyways, there was amazing growth that appears on it this spring. I looked closer at it and the growth is all below the graph. I don't know what it was graphed with, but I'm guess some type of sour root stock.
So my question is, since all the growth is below the graph, is it worth keeping hte tree. I heard it was likely to show good growth for some time, but will probably not bloom. If that is the case, I just want to get rid of it and get another. Thoughts and opinions?
Thanks - Chad