I got a White Triana and it was dormant when it arrived, but started to bud out and then leaf out after it was planted in the pot. It was kept under the carport for awhile and then introduced to the sun little by little because the first leaves were malformed and splotchy and I thought it was from FMV.
The first few leaves are really distorted and splotchy. The newer leaves have a healthy shape, but were splotchy and then I noticed that the newer leaves started out all green, but then got splotchy.
There is a branch that sprouted out on the back side of the tree and its leaves grew out in a healthy shape and they haven't gotten splotchy, but are shaded by the front part of the tree.
I thought the malformed leaves and splotches meant FMV, but now I'm wondering if it's the sun. Still, the first few leaves were malformed and splotchy before it ever got near any sun. If that branch on the back of the tree never gets splotchy, maybe I should root it and see what happens.
What's good is that the tree is growing well now and getting better every day. It was a nice-sized little tree when I got it and had a thicker little trunk. I sense a lot of energy in it, so I'm hopeful that it will do well.
Olga, You mention Vitamin C for the trees. How do you give the C?
I'm thinking that we need to put shadecloth over our trees.
Are you talking about the leaves on the citrus and figs getting curled up during the day? Is that what you mean by lifted up?
Where in Florida do you live? What zone are you in?