i kept newly acquired jujus in pots just to be able to move them around the property so will get as much direct sunlight and minimize fruit drop. This way would help assure i get some fruits this year, instead of waiting for another year, or the year after next, lol!
jujus are sun-worshippers. Something they need to do since they leaf out very late.
incidentally @k8tpayaso, you are at least as reliable a reference now, since you have potted jujus by the hundreds, and some of them already fruiting(or at least trying to) on the second year.
while have had potted jujus by the hundreds myself, the vast majority of those were given away to family and friends before could make fair assessments. Lots of baby-snatchers where am at
and yes, my humble suggestion for @IL847 at zone 5 would be to keep jujus potted so could move them around(placed in sunniest parts of the yard during summer, then sheltered in a barn or garage during winter, as zone 5 winters might be too cold for certain cultivars, especially those with thin calipers.). As potted plants, you’d also have full-control of the fertility and moisture of the soil. Good luck and keep us posted!