What is the best way to care for a 3-4 year old indoor potted dwarf orange tree?
I purchased this dwarf orange tree online, and it has lasted for about a year now. However, it's leaves have started to fall, despite looking green and healthy. I keep it inside next to a grow light, and water it about once a week. I've even started misting it daily, since the air is so dry.
What can I do so whip this tree back in shape? I feel like I've kept it on life support for the past few months. How can I get it to grow?
Its hard because I am not an expert at all in growing/keeping up plants. Even so, my mom definitely has a green thumb. Depending on what type of place you in (house vs, apartment), and what region/country/state? Even so, perhaps you can keep it by your front door (on the floor/ground), so the plant can catch a draft whenever you leave your house/apartment. This spot should also be near a window but not soo close. In a semi-dark space, where there is a good air source, and a nice indirect sunlight. Also fill up bottles of water and put them by the window. When you're ready water your plants. I don't know why but my mom does all this and it seems to work.
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