• depends on thhe age... but generally if done properly can be relocated. contact an ag extension service agent in your county.
  • 3-9-2017 AFAIK you have to trim it down to the trunk before you move it, and then it takes like seven years to set fruit again. Better you should leave it where it is and fertilize it, same as they do for a bonsai. Get advice at the local garden center.

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