Lemons can be produced year round in the right climate. A single lemon tree can produce between five and six hundred pounds of lemons in one year. The fruit is oval and the peel is usually light yellow, though some lemons have stripes of green and white. Some lemons are seedless, but most have a few seeds.
Lemons are nature’s top source of citric acid. Lemon juice promotes perspiration and helps block pain. The fruit is alkalizing for the body, which can help restore pH.
Temperature:Store ripe lemons at a temperature between 40 and 50 degrees. In a refrigerator, they can keep up to a month this way.