Re: Meyer lemon tree-Buds/no fruit
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Posted by Newt on July 01, 2003 at 18:02:18:
In Reply to: Meyer lemon tree-Buds/no fruit posted by Mark on June 28, 2003 at 12:17:32:
: I recently purchased a 30" Meyer lemon tree from a local nursery. I chose it from from others because of the shape and abundance of buds and blooms. others from the lot already had fruit(golf ball size)but not the size and shape nor blooms. Its been a coulple weeks now and no sign of fruit. Any comments/experiences would be appreciated
The saying goes that "patience is a virtue", and so it goes with newly planted plant material. It takes time for a plant to recover from being moved and transplanted. If you have transplanted it, it will be working in establishing roots. Take a look at these sites.
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