Monday, February 23, 2009



So what do you do when you live in a non-tropical zone, it's winter, and your lemon tree starts to bloom.

Indoors.

Where (thankfully) there are no bees.

Why you whip out your trusty toothpick and try to pollinate the little suckers yourself, of course.

(We do weird things for entertainment when the winter days get long. Oh spring, we long for your bright colorful sunny days!)

5 comments:

Abba's Girl said...

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

That is too funny. How is your son?

I did my cover to cover post yesterday, shortest post ever...it's a miracle.

Love, Annette

Mrs Amy said...

I live in the tropics....can I send you some of the weather??? I can honestly say the wet season is getting boring now!!! :D

Jules from "The Roost" said...

LOL I am SO ready for spring!

annie's eues said...

You are going to have some serious lemons this year. We deliberately kept our lemons on the tree to keep it from budding too early, so we shall see what ours brings. We also drastically pruned it. But there's nothing like a Meyer lemon! And I can just picture the toothpick scene. Bees everywhere thank you. Love, Annette

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