Location: Auckland, New Zealand Currently heading into summer - cool evenings and very warm days with occasional rain. I bought a Bearrs/Tahitian Lime from the garden centre which came in a 25L bag. The leaves were a bit yellow when I saw it at the garden centre and assumed this was a nutrient deficiency as it's common in citrus and did prevent me from wanting to purchase this lime. I prepared the hole with garden soil mix and planted the lime. I gave it some liquid seaweed as a tonic to alleviate the transplanting process. Days following the transplant the lime started to drop it's leaves. Each day there would be several leaves lost. As it's a young plant this makes it very noticeable to the point where some branches has no leaves. Although leaf drop is not uncommon due to transplant sock but this is at an alarming rate. The lime is planted against a west facing fence and receives plenty of sun and sheltered from strong winds. Ironically, I planted a mandarin at the opposite end of the garden on the same day providing it with the same treatment and it has been thriving. Any advice as to what is happening? I'm considering to dig it up and place it in a pot then sit that in the ground until it's healthy enough to be in the garden bed.