Is this a bermuda triangle sort of thing?
I've been lurking for a while and trying to learn what to do for my meyer lemon tree before it happens, but I think I'm headed for trouble here. I'm in central NY where it's starting to get cold. I got my tree in May, have been able to keep it outside since then. It had been in a greenhouse when I bought it, so I brought it in for some cooler nights for a couple weeks. It blossomed in early summer and now has unripe & growing fruit. About 3 weeks ago it started blooming again and I can see dozens of new fruit sets. At the same time it's started cooling off enough at night so I've been bringing it in and putting it back out in the sun during the day. Eventually it will be indoors full-time till spring. I'm afraid I'm going to over-stress the poor tree with all this happening at once, so how much of which should I sacrifice? - cut off some or all of the already growing fruit, remove some or all of the blossoms & new sets? Baby tree thanks you-