Lemon Trees
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clearing lemons off the tree in winter

Zone 94061 | ksinfield added on January 3, 2019 | Answered

Should I remove all lemons from my tree in the winter? Typically I don't but I thought I should ask.

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drtreelove
Answered on January 4, 2019

It's not necessary to remove them, but if the do use water and nutrients to develop and put some stress on available resources for the tree. Remove the lemons that you are not going to use, especially the over-ripe ones as they fade, brown and shrivel or sustain frost damage. If there are lemons still ripening that you will use, then no need to remove them.
Prepare for possible freeze warnings and cover the tree to prevent frost damage.

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