Tropical / Subtropical Evergreen Fruit Tree
Winter, Spring, Year-round
Carambola will bloom and fruit throughout most of the year, but will prominently flower from late Spring to Fall and fruit Winter through Spring.
Soil & Moisture
Well-drained, high fertility and good moisture-holding capacity; High nitrogen demands. Regular watering throughout the first year and throughout flowering and fruiting season.
Full Sun, Part Shade, Shade
Prefers part shade or filtered light but will thrive in a variety of light conditions from full sun to shade.
Outdoors 9-11; Patio/Greenhouse 4+
Star Fruit is easy to grow in a container and can thrive in a large pot. In the colder months, until well-established, Star Fruit trees may lose their leaves, so they could be overwintered indoors if temperatures reach below freezing. Prune Carambola trees in late winter.
Grafted and ready to produce within 1-2 years.
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