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Loss Of Leaves On Indoor Lemon And Orange Trees.

June 28th, 2016 · No Comments

The loss of leaves on indoor lemon and orange trees or bushes in the UK, usually occurs around xmas until early spring.Often linked with the low light levels and dry air through household central heating systems.In response to these conditions indoor orange and lemon trees will drop their leaves to avoid to much moisture loss.Normally these plants will recover in the spring as the light levels increase and the central heating is turned down.

The leaf drop can often happen when you first purchase the plants and this is due to the change in conditions from the growers conditions to yours causing a shock to the plant.

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