Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Time to bring the lemon tree indoors

About a year ago,  I purchased a small Meyer lemon tree. It lives outdoors during the summer months, but given the climate here must be brought indoors the rest of the year. I'd brought it in, and soon found Sadie checking it out.

Mom, where is the catnip tree?


Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

Fleurp would totally be checking out (and sampling) the dirt in that tree

Eastside Cats said...

That's a good question, Sadie! Just where is the catnip tree?

Random Felines said...

we have ONE plant in the house and it has to be on a top shelf :)

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

Yeah, where IS the catnip tree?

felinecafe.net said...

We had our first frost this morning. I have a 5 foot grapefruit tree in a pot in the kitchen now. It can never be planted outside. I keep pruning it down. My cats do not take much notice of it, I am happy to say.


dezizworld.com said...

It looks great. Mommy used to have one, but da lawn crew stole it. Hope you get some lemons.

Luv ya'

Dezi and Raena

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Those are great, we bought one for my sister-in-law a few years ago and she gets lots of lemons.

Eileen said...

Wow, I'd love to have a real plant in the house...but I suspect Saku would have it spread across the living room by the time I got home.

Mr Puddy said...

Yeah ! Where is the catnip tree !
that's the top priority !!!!

Two kitties on the porch couch

Ringo and Lucy both love to sneak out on the porch anytime they can (with sneak meaning that Jim opens the door for them).