Sunday, 28 December 2014

The lemon tree.

29th December 2014

During festive season I visited my cousin who I have never seen for 15 years. He is older than me 18 years old so we don't have a lot in common. We live in different part of country and I can say we are now come from different social backgrounds. But I can say he is a funny man over 60 who loves drinking beer but he has a great personality.

When I visited his home I notice an unusual tree which was decorated. It turns out it is a lemon tree which my uncle was planted 25 years ago but unluckily it didn't have any fruits. What a pity ? Maybe in the future..
My cousin's Christmas tree. I love it.


The lemon tree

16 comments:

  1. Your cousin's tree look like a Christmas tree my mother used to put up.

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    1. Andrew, As I remember my grandma has the same

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  2. The lemon tree looks lovely and very healthy. Too bad it hasn't produced fruit...I hope it will.

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    1. Bethany, for me it is an amazing tree, too

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  3. Is the lemon tree indoors year-round? And does it actually bear fruit? Very impressive.

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    1. Mitchell, luckily it is not mine. But I think you are right it should stay outside some time in the summer it would be definitely better

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  4. Well, I've never seen a lemon tree decorated for Christmas! I tried to grow one indoors and had the same problem -- lots of nice leaves and even a few blossoms but never a lemon.

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    1. Cynthia, it was the first time to see that original Christmas tree but I think it is a great idea

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  5. That is a first for me. As for your cousin, it is often the case that many years between you and a loved one disappear as you get older.

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    1. Linda you are right maybe in the future our relationship will be better

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    1. Thanks a lot for your nice opinion

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  7. The lemon tree looks happy even though it has no fruit!

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  8. Never seen a lemon tree inside before. Does it stay there all year, i wonder and probably you don't know either. Nice to visit.

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    1. Margaret, I am sure it is all year round at home.

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