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Lime Tree Fruit

Do I need more than one lime tree to have fruit? I have one 3-year-old lime tree that is about 9 ft tall, with very green sturdy shoots and very hard thorns but no buds and no fruit ever. I’m in central Texas and it has lots of afternoon sun and I think I’m watering it as directed on this site.


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#1 Comment By Nikki On 03/25/2014 @ 12:54 pm

No, you do not need another tree for fruit production to occur. Several factors can lead to lack of buds or fruit. This article should help: [1]


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