Meyer Lemon Tree Has Emergent Flower Buds

This is the last of my citrus trees to develop flower buds. I have had this young tree for less than a year and was concerned that this was the only one to not show any flower buds. When I purchased it, it already had several immature fruits (all of which developed into delicious lemons). After picking the last of the fruit, I kept my eye on any new growth. I am so happy that this lovely tree is developing as it should and am very much expecting to enjoy more Meyer lemons before too long!IMG_3173


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