I have it moved outside again and gave it a little organic fertilizer and repotted it into a larger container. The roots hadn't grown much (not even close to outgrowing it's first pot). But maybe that's because I didn't prune it properly? I'd like some solid advice on what to do with it now. Will nipping off the new growth at the top (to try and encourage new branches) hinder it's further health, because the remaining leaves are so few or does it need those leaves much, since it has some nutrients (fertilizer) in the soil now ?
It's 3 yrs. old now, I believe. This is its 3rd Winter and thriving well in the house, since bringing it inside for a couple cold months.
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