The variegated pink lemon first appeared as a sport branch on a 'Eureka' lemon tree in 1931 in Burbank, California, according to the University of California. Cultivated for its variegated green and white foliage and pale pink-fleshed fruits, it has also been sold under the name 'Pink Lemonade.' The fruits are green and white striped, but the color fades as the fruit ripens and turns yellow with pink oil glands. Like the parent tree, the variegated pink lemon taste is acidic. You can plant variegated pink lemon seeds and in four or five years, your little tree may begin to produce fruits.