I see from your earlier posts that you are in Canada https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/1058455/baby-lemon-tree#latestIs your little plant still inside the house, or is the little greenhouse you're using indoors ?I'm no expert but the soil looks extremely dry, l'm hoping someone with more citrus growing experience can help, fingers crossed. Edited to add maybe @Nanny Beach can help, but it being Christmas time, she may be a bit busy at the moment
Through autumn and winter citrus plants need to be kept in a well lit space, frost free and well fed with specialist citrus feed which is high in P, K, magnesium and other trace elements needed for flowering and fruiting. They need to be watered but not drowned.Come spring they can go outside, once nights are warm enough with no more frosts, in a sunny, south facing position and then you need to switch to a high N feed for foliage to keep their leaves healthy.
Hi everyone I have lemon tree but it seems that one of the leaves is drying and curling they are in a little green house with humidity. Can someone help me. Thank you
In my opinion, the problem is with the roots. Pot too big. You need to pull out, check the roots, plant in a small pot, water a little