Hi everyone, this is my first post on this forum, but I have been reading many posts over few months and think this is a great forum! Now I have a question in regards to my key lime tree. I purchased a key lime just this past October which was about 16" tall in a 6" pot, with a few fruits just starting. I took it home and transplanted it into a 15" pot. From the direction of the nursery, I added triple mix and mixed in dried clay which I am told promotes healthy skin on my fruits. I was also directed to mix in "Smartcote" time release hanging basket food 14-14-14. I water approx once every 1-2 weeks when it looks dry. The fruits that were on my tree fell off within a few weeks of transplant, which didn't surprise me, I figured transplant shock, but aside from that my plant seems extremely healthy. It is now approx 20" tall and very bushy. Now my here is my question. My plant has now fully flowered twice, and is now beginning to flower for its third time, but everytime the fruits begin to grow they seem to dry up and fall off within a few weeks. Is this normal? Or is it due to being over watered?