Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: Our First (and only) Limes!


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15 comments:

Bella @ Lil Daisies said...

Oh, that is bitter sweet! I hope you enjoy them...how do you split it between 11 people?

We planted a lime tree this summer...I can't wait to get fruit from it!

Blessings,
Bella

Melinda said...

Bella's question is funny..... splitting between 11 people. I guess this is where something is better than nothing would come in. Enjoy!

Kristin said...

Boy, there are just so many benefits to living in Mexico, aren't there? What will you do with your full crop that comes in next season?

Tiff said...

yummy what are you going to use them for?

Amy said...

Well, you have to start somewhere ... they look beautiful! A magical WW to you!

Carla said...

Gosh, those are beautiful! I have little sour orange and meyer lemon tree, but mine have to come in for the winter! Enjoy your harvest!

Susie said...

I am sooooo jealous!! I want a lemon and lime tree!! Good for you and great picture:-)

Shauna said...

I LOVE limes :)

heidi said...

You grew limes? I swear, you're my hero. Can I be you when I grow up? Wait...I think we're about the same age. Hmm...

Let me think on that.

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

Only 2? Must be a really small tree? LOL enjoy them, they're precious.

Jen - Balancing beauty and bedlam said...

Split it between 11 of you? Sure, you'll all have a little lime with your water. :)

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Patti's and Bobbi's Excellent Adventures said...

Congrats on the limes Jenny. I used to have a lemon tree in Phoeniz and the lemons were the size of grapefruit and they were almost sweet! Hey wait....it might have been a grapefruit tree. I don't remember now. We have a new post. Check it out.

connie said...

Ohhh, I LOVE limes! I have a lime tree on my back patio...no sign of limes yet, but it sure is cute!

glorv1 said...

Very nice picture. We have two lime trees and two lemon trees. I couldn't be without them. Take care.

Lynn said...

These are lovely! We bought a dwarf lime tree to put in a pot in our living room this last year; still waiting for the first harvest ;) Thanks for sharing.