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Citrus tree in winter shade

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bkbob starts with ...
Hi, I am in Melbourne an want to plant a Meyer lemon trees in a spot that gets around 5/6 hours sun in spring then around 10 hours sun in summer, 4/5 hours sun in autumn and no sun in winter. Can you please tell me if this is OK. Thanks
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Julie says...
My navel oranges get winter shade from a neighbour's huge Camphor laurel tree. They still have plenty of fruit. They get plenty of summer sun.
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