When is the best time to re pot a citrus tree?
My trees have outgrown their pots and I don't want to loose the fruit.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
liz n is right. But mostly because citrus tend to bloom in the late fall & winter. Give it a little HastaGro after repotting.Source(s): landscaper for 20+ years
- jeff the drunkLv 61 decade ago
All good answers. If you wanted to, and your tree is small enough, you could also treat it as a bonsai tree. Simply cutting back the roots, and the foliage on the tree would allow you to repot this tree in the same pot. Should you so desire. But eitherway, your best time to do this is in the fall. And the sooner the better, as this would allow for your roots time to grow, and properly heal up.
- 1 decade ago
the best time to repot a citrus tree is in the Fall, so that the roots would stay better during the winter and start growing in Spring.
- jammerLv 61 decade ago
I would repot them in the cooler months.