They are fairly hardy little trees and can take a frost well, unless they are flowering. So it's good to put them outside in the summer and autumn but bring them in in the winter time when they have flower buds on them.
Unfortunately they do need a lot of light in winter. And I think your garage may be too cold in winter as well.
Can you send it off to someone with a conservatory for the colder months of the year?
Maybe give it to someone who has a conservatory as a very nice present.
My Dad has a greenhouse! Perhaps I could get him to baby-sit it in winter! Is it too early to have it outside now, do you think? It is already flowering and I don't want to damage it!
While there are flowers,they need to be kept well above freezing. Is the the