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The Cocktail Tree- Only for Florida

The Cocktail Tree- Only for Florida

I found a new tree called the Cocktail Tree. It’s a citrus tree that produces both lemons and limes. It does need a tropical or sub-tropical climate to grow in. Aren’t we lucky to be in one of those?

It is a beautiful & breezy 78 degrees in my back yard.
You gotta love Florida weather.

The Cocktail Tree- Only for Florida
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This one is blooming and smells heavenly.

If you would like to sit back, relax on the patio and enjoy the great weather and utilize your cocktail tree too, call Toni and Craig Weidman-Re/Max Sunset Realty 727-237-0083 or 727-359-9518. We will help you find your Florida home with or without a Cocktail Tree.

The Cocktail Tree- Only for Florida

 

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Comment balloon 21 commentsToni Weidman • January 23 2012 03:13PM

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The Cocktail Tree- Only for Florida!

Toni as you tell of your 78 degrees I must admit I am a tad envious. The Cocktail Tree is a new one on me. Always enjoy learning of new things from around this great land we call America! Thanks for sharing and make it a great day in Florida my friend.

Posted by John McCormack, AlbuquerqueHomes.com, Albuquerque Homes Realty (Albuquerque Homes Realty * www.AlbuquerqueHomes.com) about 6 years ago

Toni - oddly enough, we can grow them in Phoenix, too!  We have a ton of citrus orchards out here.  They just need regular water and they'll flourish!

Posted by Sharon Lord, New Home Advisor (Maracay Homes) about 6 years ago

John - it is a gorgeous day. I was surprised to see it too.

Sharon - wow, it must need a ton of water there; we get lots of that from Ma Nature.

Posted by Toni Weidman, 26 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) about 6 years ago

How fun! You can make fresh lemonade or slice up the lemons and limes and add them to your favorite drink.

Posted by go to RealEstateFaster.com & get 20 Listing Appointments per month (Real Estate Faster) about 6 years ago

Toni, That sounds like a fun tree to have in your yard!  The weather really sounds enticing! 

Posted by Tony & Darcy Cannon, The C Team (Keller Williams Legacy) about 6 years ago

 

Toni,

Having a cocktail tree in your backyard sound sreally nice; one can only imagine the aroma on a breezy day.  Enjoy and thanks for introducing us the the cocktail  tree , its  something for me to use on trivia night. 

Posted by Michele Cadogan, 917-861-9166 - Brooklyn Real Estate Home Sales (Fillmore Real Estate Brooklyn New York) about 6 years ago

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Posted by Robert Vegas Bob Swetz, Las Vegas Henderson Homes for Sale (Realty ONE Group) about 6 years ago

Toni,

I am amazed by a tree that grows two types of citrus.  And it is much prettier than the regular lemon/lime tree.

We have pouring rain here, good for life in So Cal and the mountains, happy Monday. A

Posted by Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding and Marketing (Napa Consultants) about 6 years ago

Deven - yes, another benefit of living in Florida :)

Tony - The weather has been wonderful for days. We were at a car show yesterday-it was about 77-78. Nice!

Michelle - it is like a sweet perfume.

Bob - and a Happy Chinese New Year to you, my friend!

Alexandra - It is prettier and the flowers are different from the others. We need rain here too.

Posted by Toni Weidman, 26 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) about 6 years ago

Toni~ Guess I won't be seeing any cocktail trees in my beautiful state of Colorado!  No tropical weather here!  I have family in Florida and they love to entertain.  Maybe I should get them a cocktail tree the next time I'm in town for a visit.

Posted by Donna Foerster, Metro Denver Real Estate Agent (HomeSmart Realty Group) about 6 years ago

that would be a great gift, Donna. Next time you're in town-be sure to let me know.

Posted by Toni Weidman, 26 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) about 6 years ago

Lemons and Limes...Wow! A great photo to go along with your blog.

A Cocktail tree? Lemons & Limes, maybe the tree had tooooooo many Cocktails.

C&C

Posted by Carl Winters about 6 years ago

Toni- when we moved to FL 20+ years ago our neighbor kept telling us she had a lemon-lime tree.  We, of course, thought she was nuts!  Well, apologies to her.  Tell me you have one in your back yard!!!!

Posted by Kathy Streib, Home Stager - Palm Beach County,FL -561-914-6224 (Room Service Home Staging) about 6 years ago

Come on, Toni.   Don't rub it in. It's a balmy 35 here in CT. Can't complain, though.  Better than 15 or less.  I'd LOVE to have one of those trees.  Guess I have to move there for that!  Enjoy!

Posted by Barbara Altieri, REALTOR-Fairfield County CT Homes/Condos For Sale (RealtyQuest, Fairfield and New Haven County CT Real Estate) about 6 years ago

Howdy and evening Toni

Toni my friend, your photo sure is mighty fine looking, just like all the photos which you post for folks to enjoy siting their eyes upon. The Cocktail Tree sure sounds mighty cool, and it sure does look mighty fine.

Have a good one
Dale in New Hampshire

Posted by Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information (Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections) about 6 years ago

What a great idea, a cocktail tree!  And the photo is lovely.  There is nothing like the smell of orange blossoms .. I assume lemon and lime blossoms are similar in fragrance?  

Posted by Dianne Goode, Realtor/Broker (Raleigh Cary Realty) about 6 years ago

Lemons and Limes as cocktail trees.  How funny!  But seriously, I use a copious amount of lemons and limes in my cooking, and thought about planting one of each, just this weekend!  Nice photo, Toni!

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) about 6 years ago

Toni ....That's a great looking tree!  I can't wait for Spring ....have a great day in FL!

Posted by Rob Thomas, Bristol TN-VA & Tri Cities Agent, ABR, GRI, e-Pro (Prestige Homes of The Tri Cities, Inc. CALL....423-341-6954) about 6 years ago

Carl & Ceil - maybe..... BTW what happened to your picture again?

Kathy - no, I don't, we don't have room for one :(

Barbara - Brrrr that's way too cold for me. But you're right--could be worse.

Dale - it is kind of a pretty tree. Dark, shiney leaves and cute little flowers.

Dianne - I think this one is much prettier than the orange blossoms- and heavier.

Myrl - I do too; love fresh citrus fruits.

Rob - thanks-you too.

 

Posted by Toni Weidman, 26 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) about 6 years ago

Toni, it sure has been beautiful lately around here.  I've never heard of a "cocktail" tree but it sounds good to me!  My only question is, can it be shaken? :-)

Posted by Silvia Dukes PA, Broker Associate, CRS, CIPS, SRES, Florida Waterfront and Country Club Living (Tropic Shores Realty - Ich spreche Deutsch!) about 6 years ago

sure, Silvia, just not stirred :)

Posted by Toni Weidman, 26 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL (Sailwinds Realty) about 6 years ago

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