I remember those giant lemons though haven't seen any for years.Have a nice day.
Is the peel really thick?
"When life gives you lemons....."
Look at that tiny hand holding that smallish grapefruit.
i can't help laughing at leslie's comment! :)and yes, sir.. i'll take a key lime over a lemon any day! Way back in the 70's, my parents used to allow the drain water from the washing machine to run out to their back yard. They always had the biggest grapefruit on the block, thanks in part, to that machine. All of the plants that grew along the "washing machine route" were green, fat and healthy plants.'course, when my mom used bleach, she had to redirect the hose to the sewer line instead.
I came by this morning and blogger wasn't taking my comments.Ahem.Do lemons that large have any flavor? They look great, but...no offense to your friend.
Pablo,Good eye...hickory.Doubleknot,They're biiiiggggg.Abandoned, The peel is pretty normal.Lightnin,...you make lots of...Leslie,Who you callin' tiny! Laura,The grass is always greener over the drainfield and the wash drain.Hick,Good point, this lemon was really mild...too mild.DPR,It does have a certain wow factor.
Back in January, I spent a week in Honduras and I saw lemons bigger than grapefruits there, too. I couldn't hardly believe my eyes. But when I smelled it, it was definitely lemon.
Oh yes, one of our friends grow those...They're called Ponderosa Lemons...I don't grow them though, because they really don't taste that good.
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