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Pruning a myers lemon tree

in gardening •  2 months ago

Aloha!

So, the best way to help a delicious fruit tree grow and thrive is to remove unnecessary energy sucker such as multi yet small stems that does nothing but suck the energy from the roots. Thus making it fragile and more prone to stumping fruitful growth.

In these two photos, I will show my most delightful lemon fruit tree trimmed down for better growth! And, voila!, two weeks later, more leaves came out in troves. So, yes, peeps, it goes without saying; don’t be afraid to groom down your plants. They’ll love you for it.

Trimmed most small branches and leaves..
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Two weeks later! Thank you Jesus! Look at those healthy new leaves.....

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So, I guess, what I’m trying to say is don’t be afraid to trim down or groom your plants. They’ll thank you for it.

And as always, until we meet again, have a wonderful day.

Aloha!

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Love is in your Heart and Caring is Sharing........................Sophia @islandliving

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Plants are part of our survival. I’m just trying to stay relavent. Aloha!

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You are Very Relevant and very kind too.......@islandliving

Wow! It’s very cool to see such a large fruit being produced on such a little tree!

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Thank u. I’m trying!