I bought this Meyer lemon tree about 2 weeks ago from a nursery in southeastern wisconsin.
Temps were mild lately so the tree has been outside for a bit. Yesterday, three things happened:
1.) I fertilized it with properly-diluted miracle gro "quick start" formula
2.) It was outside in the rain for a bit before I fertilized, so it may have gotten overwatered
3.) The cold temps snuck up on us and it spent most of the day outside at around 45 to 50 degrees, and was early 40's out when we moved it in.
Today, the tips of the plant are droopy.
Now, it *was* from a nursery where it was being kept outdoors, uncovered, in spring Wisconsin temps. But I think the drooping could still be from the cold.
What do you think? What caused the drooping? What should I do with this guy to help it recover??