Trying dwarf meyers and dwarf Clementine...
I'm a relocated Californian and I miss my citrus trees SO much! I finally decided to order these 2 dwarf trees and pot them. THey're in the full sun on my patio now and seem to be doing well. They came with bare roots, so I bought cactus, palm and citrus potting soil since I read they need good drainage.
I'm a little worried about how they'll do over the winter. I'll bring them in the house if we drop below 32 degrees, but is that necessary?
Also, what/where should I get fertilizer for them? Should I fertilize now that it's August? I read that we should not fertilize after August 1st.
Any comments or suggestions would be very welcome. I'm used to living in what used to be orange and lemon groves in Southern California. We just stick citrus trees in the ground and water once a week there and the fruit is delicious! This is quite different in Tennessee!