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Lemon tree is it too old to fruit again?

Lemon    Cape Town

Our home has a mature lemon tree that was left to grow wild. Last year it was pruned back severely. This year it had no blossoms. When can it be expected to recover and fruit again or should it be replaced? Will it have to be sprayed ( previous owners had a spray regimen ) ? If so, is there an organic substitute ?


Posted by: Monica (1 point) Monica
Posted: February 19, 2015




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http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edibl... I would suggest reading this link. A quick recap is basically it needs nutrients and TLC for it to start producing again especially if it was left alone for so long, but it can happen. Good luck!


Posted by: deactivated (4 points) deactivated
Posted: February 19, 2015


Monica commented,
Thank you Emily, that article gives me hope ! Just one more year then :) Best thanks. Monica
over 4 years ago.



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