Answer: Citrus trees need lots of bright light, average household temperatures, and moderate water all year around. They don't like to be in drafts when indoors and they like to spend the summer in a sunny spot outdoors. (When moving any plant outdoors, be sure to do it gradually, a few hours at a time, to let it acclimate to the strong sunshine.) You can feed them in the summer when they're growing. Your Calomandon should flower and produce little oranges all year 'round if the growing conditions are met. The flowers on this variety are very fragrant, an added bonus when it's indoors in winter.
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