Growing a grafted cherimoya in a pot.
I ordered a grafted cherimoya from Roger Meyer. He only takes checks so what I did was sent him a check and I told him that when he got the check I would decide if I wanted a Pierce or Fino de Jete. I have no experience with cherimoya. I was just happy to finally be able to get one after looking for so long. I know that it needs to go in a pot that matches the size of the roots and the height of the tree itself. Beyond that, I really don't know anything else. My question is what kind of soil does it need? I know not to fertilze it for a while, I will wait at least for a month. I know the tree needs full sun. What kind of fertilizer works best? I know most of the people in CA grow these in the ground. I was reading up on the cherimoya on cherimoya.com and got some usefull info there. I found it interesting that the cherimoya doesn't grow in Florida(At least that is what the site said.), I guess S. California is the main place where these fruits grow. Thanks for any help you can give me.