Getting started -- You can start your plant in a 1-2 gallon pot (4-8 liters). After 1 year, it may need repotting into a larger container.
If you are in a hotter climate, use an oversized clay pot to keep the roots cooler.
Soil -- It prefers fast draining soil. I use a mix of about 2 parts coir fiber to 3 parts perlite (use fine- or medium-grade perlite, not coarse-grade). An alternate mix is 3 parts quality potting soil to 2 parts perlite or coarse horticultural sand. In wet-winter areas, use extra perlite or sand.
For the first 2-3 weeks after repotting, shade it from strong sun. After that, increase the sun exposure slowly to avoid burning.
Water -- While it can tolerate drought, it looks best when the soil is kept evenly moist.
Light -- It enjoys sun, but it might need some afternoon shade in hotter climates if it shows signs of burning.
Climate -- Protect young plants from frost the first couple of years. Mature plants reportedly can take take winter temperatures of 12-16°F (-9 to -11°C). In hot climates, it might be beneficial to shade the pot, to keep the roots cool.
Feeding -- It has average fertilizer needs. Feed about every 2-3 months with a general-purpose fertilizer that contains micronutrients (I use this).
General tips about the plant are here.
Have fun growing it!
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