Calamondin citrus tree repotting

On March 1st, I went to Hick’s Nursery to get a larger ceramic pot for the fiddle leaf fig tree. There I saw a small calamondin citrus tree with fruit. I was so excited to see one bearing fruit and had to buy it. Not only did it already have fruit, but more flowers were forming.

Two months since bringing home the plant, I’ve thinned out the amount of new fruits. The sweet scent of the blossoms is one of the many reasons of keeping citrus.

Smaller fruits were thinned out so the existing fruits could get the nutrients.
The plant was slanted at time of purchase and needed correcting.
Repotted into a 3 gallon pot with new citrus soil.

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