Lemon fruits are produced from blooms nearly year round under good conditions. This guide is about lemon tree not blooming.
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I have a mini Meyers lemon tree. It will produce flowers, but then they fall off. I have had this tree for about 4 years, but have had no lemons. It is in a large planter. It is now putting out new leaves, but I want lemons. Any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
Hardiness Zone: 4a
By Debi from Minnesota, MN
By missymoose 01/23/2011
I received a tip last year to take a paintbrush and gently paint or dab each flower to transfer pollen. It seemed to have worked since lemons grew on my tree last year. Hope this helps.
I am from Durban South Africa. I planted an Erica lemon tree almost two years ago and up to now have only had 4 buds and no fruit. Please help!
By Julia R
I have a lemon tree that is over 5 years old. To date it has never bloomed. I have dug a shallow ditch where the branches end and I have put organic compost into this. I also water daily only in this ditch after the monsoons until the next monsoon. What am I doing wrong?
By Kathie K.  07/02/2011
Citrus trees do not like wet roots. Be careful about over watering! If you get heavy rain once a week, you do not need to water at all. I have a huge lemon tree with 100's of lemons and only water deeply once a week because it doesn't rain in California where I live.
If a lemon tree is sprouting new leaves does that mean it won't bloom?
My lemon tree of 4 years is not blooming for the first time and there are no thorns on the limbs. Could the tree be dying?
By Connie L from Wichita, KS
My lemoncito had a good bloom in 2009. In 2010 it only produced 12 this year I only got one fruit. The tree and leaves are healthy, but there are lots of small buds growing at the bottom from the seeds that I damp from my orange tree. It is well fertilized and watered all year round.
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