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Being evergreens doesn’t make lemon trees immune to seasonal leaf drop.
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Unlike deciduous trees that lose their leaves in fall, however, lemons typically shed theirs in late winter or early spring.
Why? Because that’s when warming temperatures and increasing daylight hours where they grow in USDA plant hardiness zones 9 through 11 tell their new leaves to emerge! So, as long as you see that replacements are on the way for the leaves Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Mar 17, The leaves of lemon trees can droop when introduced to hot or cold temperatures, or a change in light. You might also find that it is the young leaves or new growth are especially expressive in their drooping. Often this is not cause for concern.
Dec 21, How to Deal with Citrus Leaf Drop. Leaf drop is a common stress-related issue which is really common in citrus trees and plants, where it is nothing too serious to worry about, it can be very alarming to witness your lovely tree losing all of its leaves.
It is important not to panic and realise that your citrus tree is still very much alive and healthy and is effectively going through a bit Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Jul 27, Lemon trees have to be polinated in order to produce lemons. So if it's an indoor plant you should keep it by a window with plenty of breeze. If it's too cold to leave the window open or to have a fan blowing gently on it, be sure that once ever other day you are gently shaking the stalks of the tree to spred the stumpdelimbing.clubted Reading Time: 2 mins.