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Feb 02, The shock of cold weather, which for lemon trees is generally around and below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, can commonly cause a blooming lemon tree to suddenly drop its blossoms.

If temperatures are recovered quickly, the tree will recover and soon begin to bloom again. However, prolonged cold exposure can cause leaf drop, wood damage, and even death. I have a lemon tree that produced many flowers and lemons this December, but they are falling off before they have a chance to mature.



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They are pea-size. It is indoors under a grow-light and I water it when the dirt looks dry. The plant is about 10 years old. I gave it food when I brought it inside for the winter, and then the flowers started coming out. Jul 01, The National Gardening Association says that drafts, cold temperatures or fluctuations in soil moisture might be the cause of your lemon tree flowers falling off.



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Jun 06, If the plant does bloom but still fails to fruit, this might be because the tree is not old enough. Lemon tree fruiting occurs at three to five years old, depending upon the rootstock. When growing lemon trees, problems like blossom drop can be frustrating.

Many of the newly forming fruits will fall off well before they can begin to grow. This lack of fruit set may be due to an excess of fruits, too. Leaves on over-watered trees flatten and droop. To establish young trees, water thoroughly three times the first week. Water two times a week for the following two weeks. After four weeks, water only when the soil is dry 1 inch below the soil surface. Water lemon trees from the trunk to the edge of the tree's drip line until the soil is wet 2.





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