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Aug
17

I have a dwarf lemon tree that I’ve had for like 5 years and it’s never produced a single lemon.  Actually, it produces them but when they get to be about a centimetre wide they drop off.  I water and fertilise but nothing happens.  Is there something I can do or should I dump the tree?

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By andrew
8/17/2010 12:29:11 PM

I recommend dumping the tree.  I have had the same problem with my dwarf tree and I think it is cos the technology for dwarfing trees is still being perfected.  Get one of the newer varieties and see if you have better luck.  I tried one of the new varieties but the tree lost all its leaves within weeks of planting, but I have my fingers crossed that this is just root shock and it will come back to life. 

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