Lime Trees

Dwarf Lime Tree

Anonymous added on November 21, 2010 | Answered

I have had a dwarf lime tree for about a year. I have it in the small green house. It has not bloomed since I have had it. What should I be doing for it? I have fertilized it, but maybe not enough. I don't think I've overwatered. The lemon tree in the greenhouse has many blooms and many small lemons.

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Answered on November 22, 2010

I would give it some more time. Lime trees need to be 3-5 years old before they will bloom. Older if they are started from seed. If the plant looks otherwise healthy, give it another year or two to mature and start blooming.

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Pamula Heit
Answered on April 9, 2017

Hi. My dwarf lime is 2 years old now & full of fruit (over 20) After buying it I re-potted it & fed it seaweed solution & power feed. It trippled its size in 5 months & has not looked back. I feed it every 2 weeks with the power feed & seaweed solution.

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