Answer: I think you've done everything right. The sulfur will help the leaves green up as will the citrus fertilizer. I've found that it takes citrus trees a full year in the ground before the roots become well established and the trees begin to grow and bear fruit. Just be patient with your satsuma and it will begin to grow nice green leaves. Remember to water your tree deeply once or twice a week during the growing season. Enjoy!
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