1. Grow Your Own Lemon Tree:
After savoring a lemon, instead of discarding the seeds:
Rinse them under room temperature water and dry them on a paper towel.
Using tweezers, carefully peel off the outer layer of the seed.
Position the seed in a yogurt container filled with damp cotton for roughly a week.
In about a week, you’ll notice a tiny sprout emerging from the seed.
Continue nurturing the sprout in moist conditions until it sprouts tiny roots.
Prepare a mixture of soil and perlite for proper drainage and plant your sprout in a pot.
Position the potted sprout in a sunny, warm spot away from drafts, ensuring the soil remains damp.*
With patience and care, your sapling will grow into a lemon tree, rewarding you with luscious fruits in due time.
2. Natural Lemon Seed Perfumer:
Don’t underestimate the aromatic power of lemon seeds!
After rinsing and drying the seeds, retain their skin.
The seeds, inherently fragrant, can be placed in a small cloth bag.
Use this bag as a natural perfumer in drawers, wardrobes, or even rooms like the bathroom.
When positioned near a heater during winter, the seeds release a delightful lemony aroma.