My lemon tree was given to us about 10 years ago. It was covered with brown scale. I treated it for that and it does produce lemons. The ones now are very large. I believe they are growing on a new shoot that has come up from the roots. This shoot has thorns. The rest of the tree does not. Before this shoot came up, the other part of the tree produced fruit.
Most of the time the leaves look very unhealthy. They are dull and mottled with yellow. I know it needs repotting, and I will do that this spring when I can get it outside. What kind of fertilizer should I be using? It is about 5 feet tall and in maybe a 3-4 gallon pot next to a large window on the south in our garden room. I do prune small dead branches and occasionally live ones for shaping for indoor growing.
I get wonderful fragrant blooms, but the fruit doesn’t set. Can the tree be self-pollinated by hand?
which is now producing a number of flowers, Do these flowers require fertilisation ?
I have been given a Eureka Lemon Tree as gift. It is currently 2 metres tall and in a pot. Flowers are blooming, it is tall and slim. Can I plant next to a wall?
Will the tree bush out? Or should I put it in a very large pot free of the wall?
My lemon (unknown type) has started to sprout the seeds while still in the fruit and on the tree. It’s about 12 years old and was neglected by our tenants for nine of those years. Is this a cultivation, feeding, or a position problem?
My well established lemon tree has leaf curl and the fruits have spotted skins.
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