I have done a lot a research online and I just can't come to a conclusion. I have a 3 year old improved Meyer lemon tree. I live in South Carolina (Columbia). We had a week of cold weather and I brought my lemon tree indoors because the weather was below 55 at night. I have lots of little fruits on my tree so I really don't want this tree to go dormant. I want to try to keep it through the winter growing and, hopefully, have some lemons. I now have it indoors under the proper lighting, proper heat sources and proper humidity (I think). I may have been a little late though cause half of the leaves are starting to curl and seem like they're drying out but they're still kind of rubbery. I don't believe I have anything like leaf miners, mites or things of that nature. Is there any hope of saving the fruit that is on this tree?