Well it's been awhile, but my Meyer lemon tree bloomed, and when I transplanted it, none of the first blooms fell off.
I wiggled my finger in the flowers every so often in case that helped with getting fruit?
The flowers started to slowly fall apart, and be darned there are baby lemons on there.
There are 4 on one set of flowers and two on another.
Plus there are awhole bunch of flowers left to grow more. This is getting exciting.
I have never seen baby lemons grow before.
I transplanted my calamonian dwarf orange tree the other day, and noticed flower buds coming on that as well.
Went through the transplant and the buds didn't drop. I keep them watered a bit more now.
But they are in an area where they can get lots of light from the north windows, the south windows shine through the whole area. But it's indirect on them.
I really don't give them that much attention, and they seem to "love" the abuse, lol
I can see I will be having to prop up the branches though. 4 lemons is a lot to hold up. They are about 3/4 of an inch long now.
So glad I bought these plants, have had and am having so much fun with them.
I collected seeds from the orange tree and now have 22 baby calamonian orange plants growing.
Can't wait to eventually see how many Meyer Lemon's I can eventually grow.