We are having my (hyper-locally) famous chicken picatta tonight. It is my good excuse for cutting open the lemons in the fridge and harvesting their seeds. I am in need of a green fix, and something to put a new olfactory twist on the over dry winter air in the house.
Rumor has it that lemon tree seedlings smell wonderful. I am looking forward to trying it out.
My only dilemma is what to do with them later. I am not sure that if I plant them close enough to make for a pretty natural air freshener if I will later have trouble successfully pulling them apart to give them the proper homes that they will need to survive long term. Any citrus seedling experts in the house?
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