They do not have to be watered daily.
Aug 15, Also look out for scale insect - they are tiny round 'scales' on the underside of leaves, usually by the midrib.
Lemons are often affected. squish em with a nail or brush with a cotton bud dipped in paraffin and water. Oct 24, The damage has been done. Leaves will grow back if the tree has enough reserves to do so.
If I remove the dying leaves will new one grow back in there place?
Place it in a warm location with plenty of light. Minimize watering - just enough to keep the soil moist. Fertilization may actually be detrimental at this point. I would not remove any existing leaves unless there's little doubt they're dead or will soon be.