I have a Tahiti lime tree which has suffered from drought whilst I was away in September.
The leaves had all turned yellow on my return. 😱
The plant has a sentimental value so I tried to revive it and it has recently developed two suckers at the base.
I can't see any clear sign of the plant being grafted.
I am reluctant to cut the suckers as they are the only sign of life in the plant. Also I am not too precious about the plant being pretty as long as it's alive.
Should I prune the suckers or should I wait and see what comes next?
If it helps at all I'm in the UK (winter) but the plant lives inside.