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Tom19 starts with ...
We have a Lime Tree (presume Tahitian) which has only been planted for a year, front line coastal (Adelaide) in a cut out around a pool. It has lost its leaves over the last 3 months and doesn't look to be improving. Could this be due to the vicinity to the coast (there are strong onshores with a direct line to the tree) or could it be the effects of winter?
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Julie says...
Limes aren't bothered by winter, so it could be salt burn. Most citrus like cold weather in winter. Also, being by the coast, your temps are probably milder than inland.
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Thanks Julie!
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