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Old 12-02-2020, 12:00 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Pretty cool! Iím genuinely impressed about the amount of lemons you get! Very nice! However, now I am really worried! I wonder why the person I bought it from told me that. At least I think thatís what the person said! Oh, boy!
The person might not know, or he/she 'may' have said that so you think it is normal and it delays your going back and complaining about it dying.
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Okay ... just a couple of notes. From your grow zone I assume you intend these to be container orange trees. These need to be in bigger pots so now is a good time to repot. Try not to break up the existing soil & root ball. Put a stake in the pot to support the main stem. For the next 2 years I wouldn't trim the tree; but DO cut off anything that grows below the graft flush with the tree trunk. ... After 2 years pick the best limbs and trim to shape & height (4 or 5 ft ???). .... As a container orange tree I doubt it will ever support a large crop of oranges. For the first 1 or 2 fruit cycles keep the fruit load to 12 or 16 orange. Figure it out after that. .... Do a google search for more info on how to grow container orange trees. I don't think what I said above to be far off the mark.



Just my thoughts ... I haven't done this. My lemons trees are in the ground and about 4 ft tall now & 4 years old. They had some fruit last year and they are loaded this year. They dropped their fruit the first 2 years after forming.
Hey! Sorry Iím just getting back to you! Yes I do plan on it being a container plant! Iíd love to keep it in the ground but Iíd like for it to live through the winter! Okay so thank God I have some bigger pots in the garage! Will do! Thanks so much for the wonderfully detailed information about how to care for this plant for the next 2 years! I am very impressed about your knowledge of Orange tree care! Sorry if I already said that in another post of mine!

Wow! Your lemon trees are loaded with fruit this year! Congratulations! Lucky dog! Very nice!

Aww, youíre very sweet! Thanks as always for your help! I truly appreciate it!
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Thanks for explaining why the seller could have said that!
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Hello! Iíve got a little bit of an update for you! I just noticed that there is a little bit of green leaves starting to grow already! I think I can honestly say itís still alive & starting to grow again! I am very happy to say the least!
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That's great to hear. I love citrus trees
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Thanks edwmax & LaBananaGwr2018! I really appreciate any nice comments & even just a hit on the thanks button! It makes my day!
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Once it comes out of shock, get it out that peat moss. That stuff is just pure evil. I would also suggest a pH meter to test the soil you do put it in, to make sure it's at the optimum pH for your tree(s). You can get one at the Homie Despot that doesn't take batteries pretty cheap. You have Menard's up there, right? They should have them too. In containers, it's really easy to change your pH. I had a dawn redwood one time that was growing in 3.8. Vinegar is 3.5, so it was pretty acidic. Luckily the dawn could take it, but it would have killed just about everything else though. It was a damn fine experiment however! Even I didn't know they could take that low of a number and be okay. It wasn't thriving, mind you, but it wasn't languishing either. I have no idea how in the hell they went extinct, as hardy as they are.
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Pretty cool! Iím genuinely impressed about the amount of lemons you get! Very nice! However, now I am really worried! I wonder why the person I bought it from told me that. At least I think thatís what the person said! Oh, boy!
When it blooms, there are sometimes as many as 20 blooms in each clump. I wait until the fruit begins to form, and pinch off all but about 3 or 4 of them. The branch would not be able to handle the weight of more than that.
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Here’s yet another update for ya’ll! I wanted you guys to be able to see the nice green leaves that have grown already! Plus the BIGGEST surprise of all is I’ve got some flower buds growing! The tree has come a hell of a long way! Don’t you think?!







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Once it comes out of shock, get it out that peat moss. That stuff is just pure evil. I would also suggest a pH meter to test the soil you do put it in, to make sure it's at the optimum pH for your tree(s). You can get one at the Homie Despot that doesn't take batteries pretty cheap. You have Menard's up there, right? They should have them too. In containers, it's really easy to change your pH. I had a dawn redwood one time that was growing in 3.8. Vinegar is 3.5, so it was pretty acidic. Luckily the dawn could take it, but it would have killed just about everything else though. It was a damn fine experiment however! Even I didn't know they could take that low of a number and be okay. It wasn't thriving, mind you, but it wasn't languishing either. I have no idea how in the hell they went extinct, as hardy as they are.
Hey! Thanks for the suggestions! Yes Iíll go and get a ph meter! Iíve been meaning to buy one before just never did yet! I canít believe that your Dawn redwood was growing in that acidic of conditions! Wow Iím shocked! Pretty neat experiment! Thanks so much for helping me out and being so kind to reply!
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By the way I wanted to mention that I didn’t do a thing to that tree! I didn’t move into a bigger container. I didn’t use different soil other than the peat moss it’s been in all along! The tree is not only a survivor but also tough to take just about any kind of abuse! Yeah I was just about to throw it away after talking to you guys before! Good thing I didn’t! Am I right or what!
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20 blooms in each clump? Wow thatís incredible! Yeah I can see what you mean that a branch couldnít hold the weight of that many oranges growing! Iím genuinely impressed! Congratulations! Does everybody get that many oranges growing on one tree? Just being curious!
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i had prolific flowers on mine after bringing it indoors
it was the first time it had flowered
it dropped all the flowers which i somewhat expected since it was the first time it had flowered
hopefully next time a few of them set fruit
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i had prolific flowers on mine after bringing it indoors
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hopefully next time a few of them set fruit
Umm, don't you have to pollinate them? I know on peppers and tomatoes and such, if they don't get pollinated, the flowers just fall off.
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Hey! Thanks for the suggestions! Yes Iíll go and get a ph meter! Iíve been meaning to buy one before just never did yet! I canít believe that your Dawn redwood was growing in that acidic of conditions! Wow Iím shocked! Pretty neat experiment! Thanks so much for helping me out and being so kind to reply!
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i do have the odd fly down there,
all my other citrus flowered and set fruit when i brought them inside
lots of limes, lemons, calamondin, buddhashand, and pomello fruits forming
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Iím quite impressed! Sorry to hear that the flowers all dropped. Yeah maybe next time!


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Pretty cool! You got all those trees & plants to not only flower but also fruit after you brought them indoors? Wow! Congratulations!

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Yeah I think youíre right about having to pollinate orange trees! Do you have to have 2 orange trees to do that? Can bugs like bees do it for you? Hopefully mine wonít fall off, but itís aright if they do! No biggie!

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Yeah, anyone who is familiar with plants and pH's, is usually shocked to hear it was growing. A friend of mine who went to forestry school and I, went to see Dante's Peak. When Pierce Brosnan took a sample of the lake water and it registered 1, we both said at the same time, "Holy s**t!" We were the only people in the entire theater who understood the significance, or what it even meant. Battery acid.
Yeah I can see why anyone would be surprised to know any plant would or could grow in that low of ph! Itís pretty interesting that you & your friend were the only ones in the theatre who knew what it meant about the ph being only 1! Yuck! Can you imagine if that lake water from that movie was actually a real lake and you tried to swim in it! 🤮

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I have a few citrus growing, and have never heard that the leaves need to fall off before the fruit sets. I have a Myer lemon, 2 Kalamansi, and my daughter is also growing a Myer lemon. None of these have ever dropped leaves to fruit. In fact the Myer lemons make so many lemons in each bunch (15-20) that I have to snip off all but 3 so the branches can support the weight. All the while, they are full of leaves.
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Yeah I think youíre right about having to pollinate orange trees! Do you have to have 2 orange trees to do that? Can bugs like bees do it for you? Hopefully mine wonít fall off, but itís aright if they do! No biggie!



Yeah I can see why anyone would be surprised to know any plant would or could grow in that low of ph! Itís pretty interesting that you & your friend were the only ones in the theatre who knew what it meant about the ph being only 1! Yuck! Can you imagine if that lake water from that movie was actually a real lake and you tried to swim in it! 🤮

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Those lakes do exist, some with pH so low it's below zero. I didn't know that was even possible until a few years back. I mean, you're talking like the stuff from Alien. If you ever saw the movie, that is why the aluminum canoe turned into swiss cheese, and Grandma died from shock after she jumped in, in a panic. But we weren't even thinking. We just exclaimed that phrase simultaneously, and like half of the otherwise quiet theater turned to look at us, because they had no idea what it meant.

You can pollinate the flowers manually, with a Q-tip, but the bees will do it as well, once they go outside. If you get more, just do it yourself to get a jump on the season. IDK if oranges have male and female flowers or not. but if they don't, like peppers, just gently squeeze them to match the pollen. If they do, use the Q-tip to take pollen from one flower to another, like you would with cucumbers.
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