I just noticed that the Sorrento citrus limon tree I’ve taken care is finally putting out fruit. I remember the guy at the greenhouse where I picked it up saying “good luck with that”. Lemon trees can’t really survive below 45°f and I’ve been dragging this fella in and out of the house over the last five years. It was about a foot tall seedling when I got it. I tried to kill it the first cold day of fall, but I nursed the dead branch until spring and got another offshoot. It’s now about six feet tall and I trim it occasionally to try to keep it short.