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Sep 13, Q: My Meyer lemon is about seven feet tall and is covered with small, green fruit, but it has lost most of its leaves.

Times have certainly changed here.

What should I do? A: Citrus tend naturally to drop some leaves Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. I have a two years old dwarf lemon tree bought from OSH. Last year it flowers and bears fruit.

It did lose some leaves during last fall, but grew right back. This year, it flowers during March, and now I have about fruit on my tree. But since end of April it started to lose all leaves. probably made some of the classic Meyer lemon errors. First, when you. dramatically change the light conditions a Meyer will drop most, if not all its.

leaves, to replace them later with leaves better suited to the new light. conditions. To move a Meyer from outside to inside without the leaf loss, you. need to move it from full sun to partial. Sep 30, I have a Meyer lemon tree planted in a container that I keep outdoors. It has bloomed and produced plenty of lemons for the last 4 years. Earlier this year it bloomed and small fruit started to appear. We have experienced extremely hot weather, but I made sure the tree was properly watered.

Aug 26, Aug 24, AM CST. Back in January, I bought a Meyer Lemon Tree at Home Depot. It's been inside since I bought it and it's set between a south and east facing window.

Overall it's been pretty healthy, with some occasional leaf drop (about 1 each month), but within the last 3 days it's dropped upwards of 12 leaves, with others yellowing.

Jan 11, Watering with 90F water helps warm the roots but it will only go so far and for a short period. If you are using cold tap water you will drop leaves every time you water. Meyer lemon will self pollinate and they will do so wonderfully all by themselves indoors without any help from insects. Just mist them with water. Mar 17, Leaf Droop.

Leaf droop is characterized by the abnormal sagging or downward bending of a plant’s foliage. If the leaves of your lemon tree are drooping, they may retain their deep green color but appear to be tired or limp, and lack their usual perky and upturned form. Leaf droop on a lemon tree is usually one of the first signs of sudden stress. Citrus trees tend to be extra sensitive to that shift and what seems like a minor change in light intensity or the amount of humidity or water it receives can cause leaves and developing fruit to drop almost overnight.

Sunlight: Lemon trees need eight hours of direct sun per day. You can get away with six, especially during the winter off. Apr 22, Environmental Causes of Lemon Leaf Problems. Cold damage and improper watering, namely watering too much, are common environmental conditions that may lead to leaf drop on lemon plants. Cold damage – Citrus trees in general do not like cold or freezing temperatures.

Hardier varieties are available, but cold damage, such as lemon tree winter.