Baby plants can be cute too!
Last April we bought a Meyer Lemon tree
and managed to harvest 2 lemons.
This year our tree is loaded with
blossoms and since it is inside still
we have been busy as bees. In other
words we have been the pollinators
armed not with scopas. We have
to be artistic pollinators armed
with tiny paint brushes.
Meyer Lemon Tree in Bloom
May 10, 2014
So far we have well over 15 tiny lemons.
That will add up to lots on
lemony delights later on this year!
Right now we can smell the lemony
fragrance throughout the house.
Two Tiny Lemons Not Quite an Inch
May 10, 2014
Scopa of a Halictid bee; the entire hind leg and abdomen carry pollen
Cheers and have a busy day!
I bet fresh lemons taste amazing.ReplyDelete
I love this and it's a great big Awww too.ReplyDelete
Hubby has an avocado tree that he raised from a pit to a big tree. It finally produces last year.
Have a fabulous Awww Monday my friend. ♥♥♥
Lemons always remind me of Sorrento, Italy, where they make wonderful lemoncello from the lemon peels. I bet your place smells great.ReplyDelete
Trees and bees and tiny growing things are an Awww in my book!ReplyDelete
i would like a tree in our condo...but i don't like the smell of lemon. maybe we could get a banana tree..i like banana smell.ReplyDelete
I've never had lemons straight from a tree. I am intrigued! Makes me want some lemonade :)ReplyDelete
A tree full of lemons will be awesome. Visiting from Awww Mondays :)ReplyDelete
We don't have a lemon tree! Bet the scent is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Isabella came before the Tortie colored countertop so of course she was the inspiration! :)
What a great idea; having a lemon tree inside for the fragrance! Happy scoping!ReplyDelete