Tuesday, March 11, 2008

I was browsing through Wal-Mart's garden center when I found Variegated Pink Lemon Tree's for $10.00. The Pink Citrus limon tree stands about 2 feet tall. I thought this was a score so you know I picked one up. I planted the Variegated Pink Lemon Tree next to my Tangerine Tree. Before you know it I will have some very delicious pink lemonade!! Here are a few pictures of the new Variegated Pink Lemon Tree ( Citrus limon ).



9 comments:

ourfriendben said...

Hi Aaron! I have a variegated pink lemon in my greenhouse here in Pennsylvania, and it really is a lovely plant. Can't wait for it to fruit! Enjoy yours in the great outdoors!

Vanillalotus said...

Wow you find some wonderful deals. I don't ever seem to see anything on sale or good deals. It seems everyone snatches things up before I get to them. Good luck with your lemon tree!

robyn said...

I just returned to Rhode Island from Port St Lucie with one of these! I hope it fruits, but if not, it's a beautiful plant. Good luck!

Lets Plant said...

Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments, I really appreciate it!! Good luck to you too Robyn! I have family in Rhode Island and Massachussetts. I think your tree will do great!!

Martha said...

Came across your blog while trying to find info on the pink lemon tree I just bought at Walmart - on sale for five dollars!!!
Glad I found you! I'm in Florida too - cross state in Sarasota. I just started my gardening adventures about a month ago. Stop by to visit :-)

Anonymous said...

Glad I found your site, very impressive. I have recently embarked on a project to turn my yard into a "food supply" for the family planting everything I would need in the event of the collapse of the economy. I too have a varigated lemon tree, but most of it's leaves fell off and the rest have turned really yellow. I don't know what it's missing. I've been remiss in watering for some time now, but this past 2 weeks I've watered 3x's a week. Now it's worse.

Anonymous said...

From everything I've read the 'varigated' needs constant moisture - never allow to become completely dry. Plus I feed once a month with plain ol' Miracle Grow. I live in South Carolina and just brought mine in for the winter. It is flowering like crazy and still producing fruit. Good Luck!

Lets Plant said...

Thank you very much for the tip!!

TLM said...

Can we have an update on what the tree looks like today? I planted one a few months ago and it's slightly ahead of the one pictured here. Excited to get a preview of what it will look like in a few years.