- Published on Friday, June 14 2013 20:29
- Written by Alexandra Martin
In my garden, I have a rather large lemon tree. The story behind the lemon tree is that while a family member was cat-sitting for me, she threw some lemon seeds into an empty plant container. Not only did a seed sprout, but it grew really tall (probably about 8 feet tall now).
So far this lemon tree hasn’t produced any fruit, but I’m proud to announce that I spotted a flower!
While I’d really love to keep this plant forever, I’m wondering how long I can keep this one until I’ll need to give it to someone else. It’s getting much too large! My next lemon tree will be a dwarf tree.
Alexandra Martin is a professional writer from Southern California who grows vegetables, herbs, lots of aloe vera and one giant Boston fern in her balcony garden. She also grows dracaena, pothos and English ivy indoors. She loves traveling and birdwatching in addition to gardening.