Answer: Meyer Lemon is a good choice for container growing and it sounds like you are doing things right. It's possible it was chilled prior to coming indoors and is reacting badly to the overly warm indoor air as a result. These trees need to be kept as bright as possible during the winter but also quite cool, preferably no warmer than about 55 to maybe 60 degrees. Raising the humidity indoors can help. Here are some tips on growing container citrus indoors that you may find helpful. YOu may need to cut and paste the complete url into your browser to make it work correctly.
Good luck with your tree!
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