Tom you had a big harvest this year. Congratulations. Meyer lemons certainly are vigorous trees. With that many lemons, you must have juiced and frozen the juice for later use. My new in-ground Marsh grapefruit fruited for the first time this past season with three nice sized fruit. They are just now starting to turn color. I will not pick them until March. The Ponkan has too many fruit to count. I ate the first one just this morning. They are not quite ready yet, perhaps another couple weeks. This is the second year that the Saint Dominic Sour orange has fruited, perhaps 40 fruit. Probably enough to make marmalade. This is also the first time my in ground Valentine pummelo fruited with 3 fruit, all in a single bunch. Next year should produce a much better crop. My oldest tree is an in ground Cara Cara. It produced a bumper crop with fruit well distributed throughout the tree. Its a bit early to pick them, perhaps in a couple more weeks. I planted a Dekopon in the ground three years a go. It produced two fruit last year, and 15 this year. It will be a couple months before I pick them. From what I read March will be about the right time to try eating one. . The Dekopon certainly produces very large sized fruit. I did pick and eat some green Finger limes this morning. I like the crunchiness and acidic taste they provide. Would be a good fruit with fish. Logees has red Finger lime for sale, I'm thinking of purchasing one to keep the green Finger lime company.