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In wellington I have 3 lime trees, all in pots, all on my deck, all watered and feed the same. the bearrs lime flowers a little, sets all its flowers and produced limes consistently each year. The Tahitian lime is smothered in flowers, never sets a single fruit. is this a climate thing or should I put the Tahitian into the ground?

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Hi Susann, Tahitian Lime are known to at times put out a lot of energy into the green growth, rather than fruit growth. As it comes into flower remove a lot of the “green foliage” so the energy goes into fruit development. (be quite harsh) You will have to keep doing this as it just wants to grow. Also apply some sulphate of Potash to encourage fruit development. Thanks the Palmers Team

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