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Do you want to teach your child about different types of fruits and vegetable while engaging her in a fun activity? Are you looking for some lemon coloring pages for the littlest member of your house? Well, then we are here at your service.

Lemons are part of the evergreen tree that originated in Asia. People all over the world use lemon for its juice. This vitamin C rich fruit also has many healing properties. Today, we have compiled a list of ten lemon coloring sheets that will make your child drink more lemonade than ever before.

10 Interesting Lemon Coloring Pages:

1. Eureka Lemon:

The lemon coloring page of one of the most common varieties. Cultivators from all over the world grow the lemon, and it is available all year long. People prefer Eureka lemon for its high acid levels and juice content. It is one of favorite lemon coloring pages. We loved its detailing. Older children will have a gala time filling colors in this diagram.

2. Meyer Lemon:

Meyer is a hybrid of an orange and lemon, which it resembles. Frank N Meyer, a U.S.A. explorer found it growing in Peking, China as an ornamental plant in a pot. Meyer lemon is an egg-shaped lemon with thin, soft yellow rind. It has a yellowish to orange pulp and is moderately acidic.

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3. Verna Lemon:

The Verna lemon is native to Spain. It is a large and round lemon with thick green flesh. It has a few seeds and is very juicy. The Verna lemon tree bears fruit twice a year. It can even produce a third crop if planted correctly. Verna lemon is similar to Eureka lemons in terms of acid content.

4. Pink Lemon:

This lemon coloring sheet features three pink lemons hanging from the tree branch. The pink lemon has pink flesh and bumpy yellow and green rind. Do you know why lemons are sour? Lemons are sour because they have more acids and less sugar than sweet citrus fruits. Share this trivia with your child as he colors.

5. Sweet Lemon:

Here is a sweet lemon coloring page. Sweet lemons are not exactly real lemons; they are a hybrid of two other types of citrus. The sweet lemon tastes just like a lemon but lacks the high acidic level. Botanically, they are called Citrus limon.

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6. Girl Making Lemonade:

Lemonade is a traditional way for kids to earn extra bucks during the summer months. The coloring sheet shows a little girl making lemonades. The coloring sheet may also inspire your child to try the lemonade business during her summer vacation.

7. Femminello St. Teresa Lemon Tree:

Hundreds of lemon trees produce their variety of lemon. One such tree is the Femminello St. Teresa lemon tree. This lemon tree is native to Italy. It produces extremely fragrant lemons. The lemons from Femminello St. Teresa have its best use in Limoncello, the lemon liqueur. The lemon coloring sheet is quite illustrative. It features Femminello St. Teresa lemon tree, its flower, and the fruit.

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8. Dorshapo Lemon:

Here is a coloring image of Dorshapo lemon. The darshapo lemons are a variety of sweet lemon. The Dorshapo lemon gets its name from three plant explorers- Dorsett, Shamel, and Popenoe. These three explorers found the lemon in Brazil. This variety of lemon is similar to Eureka lemon, except that it lacks acidity.

9. L For Lemon:

Make learning alphabets easier for your child with this L for lemon coloring sheet. The alphabet coloring sheet will let your child practice writing the uppercase and lowercase L. There is also a simple diagram of a lemon that he can color after practicing the alphabets. Your child can use, yellow, green or orange for this ripe lemon.

10. Fino Citron:

Here is a simple lemon coloring sheet of a Fino Citron lemon. Fino Citron is another variety of lemon. But it is not very popular because the tree has large thorns and the fruit has a high quantity of seeds. The fruit resembles Verna lemon but is less juicy. But the juice of Fino Citron is quite high quality.

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Print our lemon coloring pages and color them with your kids during your free time. We would advise you to paint the citrus fruit in unexpected colors. Warm, dark and bright colors would be the best. Happy coloring!

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