Light: Choose a spot in your home that gets at least 6 hours of direct sun a day, such as a southern exposure. Avoid letting the leaves touch window glass, which can intensify the sunlight and burn them.
Water: Water thoroughly; when you can stick your finger about an inch deep into the pot and the soil feels dry, it's time water again.
Fertilizer: Feed the tree once a month in fall and winter with a balanced houseplant 20-20-20 fertilizer. When spring returns, start feeding twice a month, or switch to a timed-release fertilizer.
Maintenance: They can tolerate dry air. Your tree probably won’t set fruit indoors. It needs a drop in daytime and nighttime temperatures, as well as about two months of temperatures below 50 degree F to stimulate flowering.
Growth: 6' tall