Persian Lime Trees
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Persian lime tree not fruiting

Anonymous added on November 18, 2014 | Answered

Last year my Persian lime tree was subjected to a frost. A few weeks later half of the tree turned brown and died. The rest of the tree kept growing but does not produce any fruit. Will my tree ever produce fruit again, or should I just buy another one? Before the frost it produced regular and beautiful fruit. Thanks.

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Nikki
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Answered on November 19, 2014

When lime trees come under serious stress, then tend to stop producing for a year or two to recover. Give it good care and it should start producing again.

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