Hello all! So glad to have found a community that might be able to help me! I live in Montreal and have purchased a calamondin tree (roughly 5 years old) in September 2020. The man I purchased it from kept it outdoors all summer and over the colder months kept his citrus trees inside, in a garage where he claimed they go dormant. (Never heard of this, if someone wants to confirm!) Since then, I have kept the tree indoors, at a west facing window & it gets a lot of sunlight. The temperature of our apartment is 22c and we have a humidifier that keeps our place between 25-35% humidity. The tree is not near any heat emitting source. We have repotted it once, into a pot that is maybe 4 inches larger (diameter wise) than the last. We have added some potting soil. When I first got the tree, it had upwards of 100 green fruits on it. They all ripened and we harvested them all about two weeks ago and made a delicious calamondin themed meal! The tree has been continuously losing leaves since I brought it home, however much more in the past month or so than at the beginning. One side of the tree is completely bare! Any ideas or guidance is welcome! I don’t want my tree to die!