I have a lemon tree I grew from a seed from a grocery store lemon as an indoor potted plant. I just recently noticed it has spider mites. I may have been a little too vigorous in trying to remove then and seem to have damaged the leaves. I tried to spray it with a solution of dish soap and water. It seemed as if there were even more a couple days later so I took it out side and soaked each leaf with the solution and rubbed each leaf with a paper towel. I may have been too rough on the poor little thing and now the leaves have brown spots and look all dried up. Some of the leaves have also fallen off. Will all the damaged leaves fall off and will new ones grow back, or is that it? My plant is about 3 years old and has been doing great until now. I still have the spider mites but they seem to be a lot less. I also have a meyer lemon tree that I just got in July and that one has lost a lot of its leaves as well. I don't think I over watered it because I followed the same watering routine that has worked for my other lemon tree and that was doing fine until the spider mite incident. I also have a pot with a lot of drainage hole. From reading other posts I believe it was a mixture of not enough fertilizer and winter leaf drop. I didn't use any fertilizer when I potted it because I thought the potting soil had enough. I was also keeping it in my sunroom and the nights started to get chilly. I have moved it inside and fertilized it and the leaf loss has lessened. I've only lost a couple since. Will the leaves grow back and make it look more full?