Can I crash? We have a lime tree (potted, it's a dwarf version) that has never produced fruit. It has glossy leaves, is full and looks good but I never produces fruit. We've had it for almost 6 years. We got a dwarf lemon tree with it that started fruiting 2 years ago and but the lime tree just won't come to the party. Any ideas?
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18-06-2016 13:47 #21
18-06-2016 13:47 #22
Anyone know what plant this is?
Lime I reckon! Are there any little green round things growing out of the centre of the flowers?
ETA... Wee on the soil around it is meant to do wonders. Someone mentioned it to me and I got my 3 year old DD to start doing it! Whether it works on not she now does it for fun every time we are in the backyard. My 16 month old DD is now following suit!
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18-06-2016 14:08 #26
Be careful with the lime tree when it comes to picking - ours has spikes and they hurt if you catch yourself on it. They like a decent prune too.
Also watch for wasps. We have a lot here and they seem to love the citrus trees. Not unusual to find a big group resting on a limb waiting to get me when I want a lemon 😡😡
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18-06-2016 14:49 #30
There's heaps of Apps such as 'like that garden' where you take a photo and it tells you what plant it is :-)
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