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Name: Terri Osipov
Rome, Georgia (Zone 7b)
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IJsbrandtGA
Jul 7, 2016 10:05 AM CST
Might this be sunburn? I have my Lemon Tree in full sun and have overwintered it inside for the past two Winters. I have yet to see one lemon. I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Any ideas?
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Name: Daisy I
Reno, Nv (Zone 6b)
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DaisyI
Jul 7, 2016 10:14 AM CST
It looks like it might be sunburn. After wintering indoors, you should move your tree slowly to full sun. This means a few days outside in the shade, then a slow progression to full sun. A two week job.

Your lemon should start producing fruit between 3 - 4 years of age but it could take 10 years.
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Name: Terri Osipov
Rome, Georgia (Zone 7b)
Every day in the yard is a GOOD day
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IJsbrandtGA
Jul 7, 2016 12:42 PM CST
Thank you. I was careful about the transition period (last year's lesson). The brown scalded areas just started appearing about two weeks ago. I honestly don't know how old the plant is. I purchased it from Home Depot 3 years ago in an 8" pot. It had one small creamy white blossom on it which promptly fell off a week or so after I brought it home. Sad
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