Friday, August 17, 2007

L is for Lemon
Lemons made their way to the United States with the help of Catholic Missionaries and were planted in Arizona and California. Today Arizona and California produces virtually all of the lemons consumed in the United States as well as about one-third of those used throughout the world.

So, high hopes:

The Band

6 Comments:

Blogger chksngr said...

Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!
Grow, Lemons, Grow!

1:30 PM  
Blogger tommiea said...

We used to have a lemon tree in our yard when we lived in the east Bay.

You will be surprised how many that little tree produces!

2:04 PM  
Blogger Jada's Gigi said...

love growing my own fruit...doens't happen now..but when I was a kid...yum!

6:59 AM  
Blogger Bek said...

how fun! i love the encyclopedia idea - and you are growing lemons!!!! what a fun endeavor!

7:37 AM  
Blogger Scarlet said...

I had to get rid of my lemon tree here in FL because of citrus canker, and I miss it so much. I love cooking with lemons and putting it in my tea. I want lemonade and lemon drops. You put me in a lemon-y mood! :)

6:31 PM  
Blogger Deborah and Sally said...

I love lemons, especially fresh lemonaid.
Last yr. I grew a dwarf orange tree, the oranges were the size of quarters, they were actually really good - the kids LOVED them :) I made orangeaid with them.

Deborah

8:01 AM  

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