Cherie shared a few important pointers with me for growing fruits in pots. First, start with a very large pot. Resin containers are lighter in weight than pottery and tend to cost less.
Secondly, place the pot on a heavy-duty plant dolly so that you can move it around. Once a large pot is filled with soil, it can be very difficult to transport if it is not on wheels.
Finally, trim and fertilize the tree or bush to keep it small and healthy. Trees tend to grow quickly, so annual trimmings may be necessary to prevent them from outgrowing the pot. The canopy of the tree should be kept roughly the same diameter as the diameter of the container. Trees and bushes tend to use a lot of nutrients, so feed them every few months with an organic fertilizer.
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