Tropical fruit trees shouldn't be planted in the winter, according to experts.
Young trees in pots typically cannot withstand below-freezing temperatures and suffer significant damage when it falls below 50(F) degrees Faren height.
Your tropical plant should be kept in containers and planted during the warmer months of the year.

Tropical trees may need to be continuously cultivated in pots, or at least for the first three years, if you reside in a region with freezing winter temperatures. This is because the smaller the tree, the higher the likelihood that it won't survive the cold weather.
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