limon tree - Knowledgebase Question

oliver springs, Te
Question by jfs472
June 18, 2010
got me a lemon tree last month. was told to keep out side in large pot. the weather here is rain one day hot the nest. now my tree is turning yellowist and my lemon are not doing anything. is it getting to much water then heat. would i do better if i put on my back screm porch.


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Answer from NGA
June 18, 2010

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Yellowing leaves usually indicate too much water. Your lemon tree will need full sunshine in order to ripen those fruits but it sounds like it is getting too much water. If you can move it under cover during rainstorms, or if you can cover over the soil surface to keep the rain from flooding the soil, I think your tree will be happier. Best wishes with your tree!

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