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Contrary to the vast majority of Mediterranean citrus plants, a calamondin does not go limp in indoor culture. This attribute opens up unimagined options for a healthy overwintering of a Citrus mitis. Read the details here.

If the calamondin has spent the summer outside, she has to move back inside in the fall

Clearing and maintaining - How to do it right

The transition from outdoor to indoor should be as smooth as possible. In order for your orange to adapt quickly to the living room climate, you should not expect a drastic temperature difference. How to do it right:

  • Give the ornamental wood at temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius
  • Place on the sunny, warm south-facing window or in the heated conservatory
  • Water with lime-free water when the substrate has dried noticeably
  • Fertilize every 4 weeks from September to April

Apart from the extended fertilization intervals, care continues seamlessly in winter. In addition, we recommend precautions against the influence of dry heating air. Set up humidifiers and fill the coaster with expanded clay ($19.73) and water. Misting the leaves with a gentle mist of soft water every few days will keep your orange happy even in winter.

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