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Fruits and Nuts: Transplanting a dwarf orange tree

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Alameda, CA
(Zone 10a)

October 17, 2003
11:29 PM

Post #684064

I have a 6' dwarf orange tree (in the ground, not in a container) that needs to be moved. When is the best time and what is the best method to do this transplant? I live in zone 10.
Lake Elsinore, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 23, 2003
10:32 PM

Post #689657

I don't know the answer to your question.

I am considering the same action with a small Lime tree. I understand this is the best time for other fruit trees, but I am not sure about citrus.

I will keep a watch on this thread to see if anyone knows.

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