Answer: If your tree put out healthy new growth after being repotted, it's a good sign. If the leaves are again beginning to turn brown, there's something definitely wrong with your watering practices. Planting it in the ground should remedy the situation, but don't plant it in shade, in soggy soil. It won't flower without enough sunshine, and overly saturated soils will suffocate the roots.
It's difficult to judge just how much water to apply to a containerized plant, but the best course of action is to water thoroughly, then allow the top 1-2 inches of soil to dry out before watering thoroughy again. I make sure my containerized plants are watered completely by placing the container in a larger container of water and letting it sit for 15-30 minutes. This drives out any air pockets around the roots and completely wets the potting soil. Allow to drain, then wait until the top inch or two of soil dries out before watering again. Hope this information is helpful!
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