What caused my Kaffir lime tree to lose 2/3 of its leaves?

Answer The exuding sap may be from wounds caused by borers and could also explain the leaf loss. Get a treatment for borers and follow directions. Used to use Lindane but I think the EPA got it banned.

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How to Use Kaffir Lime Leaves?

Kaffir lime [Citrus hystrix, C. papedia] leaves come from the Kaffir lime tree, a lime tree native to Indonesia. The leaves are highly aromatic and suitable for various Asian cuisines, including Th... Read More »

Where can you buy kaffir lime leaves?

Leaves from the kaffir lime tree, which grows in Thailand, may be bought from stores that have an ethnic food section or that specialize in Asian food.

Do lime trees lose their leaves in the fall?

Lime trees are deciduous, which means they lose their leaves in the fall. Lime trees, sometimes referred to as Linden trees, are in the family Tiliaceae. Lime trees can grow for hundreds of years.R... Read More »

Why do the leaves keep falling of your lime tree?

Answer is it getting enough sun? water? fertilizer? is it indoors? exposed to a cold winter?