Lemon tree is still alive, just…


Tuesday 11 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Remember this lemon tree that was almost wiped out during our much colder than normal winter? Well, this is what happened a few days after the big freeze.



And then this…




With ninety percent of the tree burned by frost, it died right right back, and so most of the dry, split branches were removed. 




But, it’s still weak, but alive, so there’s hope…






9 thoughts on “Lemon tree is still alive, just…

  1. And I thought my poor lime tree had an uphill battle! Sending good thoughts for Meadowlark.

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  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Amazing how resilient nature can be.

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  4. Hey Spike, do you remember the Harlem Globetrotters? Exhibition basketball team. Back in the day they had a player called Meadowlark Lemon. He could make the most impossible looking shots. He had a smile a mile wide. I duly dub your little lemon tree “Meadowlark.” Come on, Meadowlark! You can do it! Yaaaaaay!

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  5. Hey spike, I’m amazed it is still hanging in there .. 😊


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