Hi, everybody! We live in Miami, FL. We have a very young Meyer lemon tree planted in a very large terra cotta pot on our patio. The tree -- basically a sapling, I suppose -- has been holding its own, but not really growing. I've been told I shouldn't have planted it in such a large pot; that I should have put it into a pot more for its size, but . . . Anyway, the tree, as I've said, has been holding its own. It now finally is producing lots of blossoms and it even has three tiny lemons hanging in a cluster on the end of one branch. That's made us very excited! But we're noticing now that many leaves are curling and the tips of many leaves are turning a yellowish color. Can somebody PLEASE tell us what's going on and what we should do about it? We'd really appreciate any help you can offer. Because of our hectic schedules, it's not always easy for us to visit sites on the Web. Besides posting a reply on this site, if you'd like, please e-mail any info you have for us at RFirsten@aol.com. Thanks so much!