Do you have lemons on your lemon tree? I have a huge Meyer lemon in my yard and there are no lemons on it. It did have blooms just like every year. But this year no lemons. I have read all about it. If there is too much water the lemon tree will not fruit. Is anyone else not going to have a lemon crop this year? I sure am going to miss the lemon pies, lemon aid and all the other great stuff I make with my lemons.
I had a dwarf meyer lemon, and could never get it to fruit, someone finally told me if the bees dont pollinate the blossoms that it wont ever fruit. Not sure how much truth there is to that, but we didnt have very many other blossoming plants to invite the bees.
My lemons had blooms some months ago then a frost killed them. It put out more blooms; then the rain caused them to drop. I now have a couple new blooms so we'll see. You see lemons can bloom all year if the weather is right.
Find a phosphate rich fertilizer. I use ground up fert stakes from home depot that induce fruiting. I then add a slight amount of "super phosphate". Dont over do it. Early June is supposedly the last month/time to fertilize or the trees wont go dormant for winter.
2 lemons. The rest fell off. Had tons of flowers, tons of lemins but onk5y 2 survived. My Satsuma orange, on the other hand, bloomed like crazy and kept most fruit. I have about 20 baby oranges on the smallest tree you've ever seen. How it will support the ripened oranges will be a challenge. Fighting mealy bugs for the first time tho.