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Synonyms for lemon

one that fails completely

Synonyms for lemon

yellow oval fruit with juicy acidic flesh

a strong yellow color

a small evergreen tree that originated in Asia but is widely cultivated for its fruit

a distinctive tart flavor characteristic of lemons

an artifact (especially an automobile) that is defective or unsatisfactory

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Q Can you please explain how I can get rid of the greenfly on my lemon tree? There are a few lemons on and more on the way.
He instead opts for organic fertiliser which is cheap and easily available.When properly taken care of, lemon trees take three to four years to mature.
She now lives in the Domiz Camp in Northern Iraq, where roses, lemon trees and marigolds have sprung up amid the concrete and dust.
When life hands you lemons, plant more lemon trees. At least that's the ambitious growth strategy being sowed by Jonathan Shaw, the CEO of Lemon Tree Development who is spearheading expansion efforts of the Long Island-born Lemon Tree Family Salon chain.
He brought 34 nursery plants of 3-year-old lemon trees and planted them in his greenhouse and they grew very well.
3 LEMON trees were planted across California during the Gold Rush of 1849 because of the problem of scurvy.
She is helped by Abu who has served the family since Salman's father's time and who believes that trees are living creatures and 'have souls.' Whether Salman has the same conviction or not, she is extremely attached to the lemon trees and that is her life.
"These days you find a maximum of four sweet lemon trees grown in orchards, and usually for aesthetic purposes, while 20 years ago orchards might have had up to 200 sweet lemon trees each," Mroueh said.
Many nurseries stock Meyer lemon trees. Or order one from Four Winds Growers (four windsgrowers.com) or Menlo Growers (menlo growers.com).