Planting Finger Limes
Finger Limes prefer well draining, light-type soil (pH 6-8). Dig a hole 2 to 3 times the size of the pot. Break up the soil in the base of the planting hole.
Mix in some compost and slow releasing fertilizer. If you have heavy soil (like clay), add a few handfuls of gypsum.
Do not disturb the roots unnecessarily. Slit both sides of the bag before carefully lowering the tree into the planting hole, then slip the bag out from underneath.
Ensure the soil level of the plant is slightly higher than the ground to allow for sinkage.
Water well with liquid compost or seaweed.