Hi Can i plant citrus in winter in a coastal frost free zone in south australia? Cheers Jacob
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It is best to plant citrus trees when the ground is warm. We recommend waiting until spring/summer to do so. Of course, if you have purchased the tree, we recommend planting the tree in the ground, rather than letting it sit in the tiny plastic pot from the nursery for 3 months.
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Applying the Thrive Citrus & Fruit Natural Liquid Fertiliser will provide essential nutrients for fruit development and to help the tree become established. It can be applied weekly for the first 4 weeks to offer the tree a great start. Citrus require regular feeding to ensure good health.
Answered: 24 Jun, 2022