Our biggest tree at work is probably about 2,5m high and at least 10 years old what a beauty and it is packed with flowers. This made me curious as to what the chances of getting the fruit were. Well it seems most sorts are self pollinating, to make sure one could get a extra little tree to ensure this process. The trees like quite nitrogen high fertilizers and slow release. To ensure a good flowering the tree should go through a cold winter period between -5 and 10 degrees. If you need to take your tree indoors do not do so before it has reached these temperatures. It needs to be put in a very light place and not near any heaters. I thought this sounded manageable so I hope you feel inspired.