Indoor lemon tree dropping leaves
Hi, I have a Meyer lemon tree that we brought indoors about a month and a half ago due to the temperature drop in our area. The tree did great outdoors all summer long, and we have about 14 lemons just now turning yellow. Ever since we brought the tree indoors, it has been dropping it's green leaves at an alarming rate. We keep our home temperature between 60 - 67, and fertilize it every few months. We water it once a week, and mist it every few days. Could the tree just be in shock from the change in atmosphere? Are we not watering it enough? We just recently bought a humidifier to see if this will help, seeing how Montana winters are incredibly dry. Any tips will help, we really don 'to want our tree to die!