Q: What is wrong with my magnolia tree? It is very large but some limbs are dying and the leaves are yellowing between the veins? A: After exchanging some phone calls and looking at a… Read More
A: None! Please, please do not add lime to your Florida yards unless you have had a soil test that indicates you need it. I have had hundreds of soil test results and only one… Read More
A: I would suggest you wait until the threat of frost is over. The final date for frost may be sometime between March 15 through April 15. Of all the citrus, limes are the least… Read More
A: After a severe freeze that causes damage to major limbs, wait several months to prune. During the spring flush following a freeze, leaves on freeze-damaged limbs may grow but then will wilt soon after…. Read More
Q: My patio lime tree has some fruit on it even now. I am concerned about losing this fruit if we have more cold weather. What should I do?
A: Lemons and limes are “ever producers”, which means if the conditions are right, they continue to bloom and produce fruit. You obviously have this plant in a well protected area which must receive… Read More