Lemon in autumn

by | May 20, 2013 | Uncategorized | 15 comments

 New fruit

crowds the lemon grove:
unseemly jostling.
Boronia leaves
fan out
against a terracotta
step.


 Flame tree turns

lemon-leafed

 this bright
autumn.

15 Comments

  1. Max

    All that yellow is quite invigorating for the eye! Its all red and pink here, to clauds delight x

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  2. juliet

    It is Max, it brightens me up. Nice to see you visiting. Thank you.

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  3. Hilary Melton-Butcher

    Hi Juliet – I used to love my lemon tree in South Africa – tiny, but necessary and then I had just enough lemons!! They were gorgeous – an old tree … with lovely juicy fruits ..

    Cheers Hilary

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  4. Hotly Spiced

    I love the lemons. Amazing there are so many at this time of the year. I would love to have a lemon tree. The Autumn weather looks very good xx

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  5. Penny O'Neill

    If only we could grow them this far north, Juliet. I would grow them in a heartbeat as I love lemons, now, even more so for the color you display.

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  6. juliet

    Hilary, I can imagine how you must miss that tree. Here in NZ we nearly all have a lemon tree; in fact I can’t bring myself to buy them. I guess they won’t grow in England?

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  7. juliet

    Charlie, you could probably have a lemon tree in Sydney. I miss them when they are off season, but now we are going to have plenty.

    *Penny, I can imagine how you would love to have lemons at the Cutoff. New varieties are being developed that grow in a pot, but I guess your winters would be just too cold.

    Thanks for visiting Hilary, Charlie and Penny.

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  8. Judy Croome | @judy_croome

    Autumn, though hast thou beauty too.

    Keats was indeed correct.

    What beautiful, warming photos. And those lemons look so juicy and yum! 🙂

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  9. juliet

    * Judy, thanks for visiting; nice to see you here. Yes, Keats was so eloquent about autumn. I’ve always thought of it as mellow in colour, but the lemon coming through was a bit of a surprise.

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  10. Lynley

    We are so used to gold being one of the predominant colours of autumn but you are spotting lemon everywhere.

    Lemon is such a refreshing colour.

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  11. juliet

    *Lynley, it is refreshing, and it’s surprising me right now.

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  12. Friko

    I keep forgetting, your seasons are all WRONG !

    Or maybe mine are?

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  13. juliet

    * Hi Friko: not wrong, just the opposite! My first book was about reversing the dates to fit our southern hemisphere seasons. It’s called ‘Celebrating the Southern Seasons’, and was a great relief to readers in New Zealand, to restore the original alignment of festivals such as winter solstice etc.

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  14. valeriedavies.com

    wish you had a like button Juliet, I’ve been through so many of these lovely blogs, and would have pressed a like button in leuie of a love button !!!

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  15. juliet

    Valerie, thank you for the tip. I’ll see if I can work out how to add one.

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