- Sugar Apple
- Black Sapote
...will update tomorrow morning
open Saturday Morning... 9am-noon
Jak Fruit... not quite ripe
Very Old Avocado Tree...only about one inch of the outer edge is/was alive
Avocado 84 hours after being cut openUncovered, no lime juice, not refrigerated etc.
Some dehydration evident
Just under exposed edge is perfect flesh.
|Atemoya fruit and bloom|
|Darn! Adding graft to mango tree and broke off while I was wrapping it.|
|Sweet Potato Vine|
|Multiple Grafts on seedling mangos|
|Weird... Wheelbarrow tire exploded when it wasn't even in use.|
|New growth on grafts|
|Sweet Potatoes, Purple Onion and Sweet Potato Greens|
|A HUGE Valencia Pride Mango|
|Take a bowl to a party... Every piece was eaten!|
|Mango Crisp! The recipe is in this blog. |
This batch was made with Carrie and Glenn Mango.
Of course the smoothie has lots more greens than this picture shows.
The greens are sweet potato leaves... delicious!
|Beautiful Tess Pollock Mangos|
I picked an 18-ounce one later in the day.
|Always nice to see ripe fruit! This one is Haden.|
|A Mulgoba... less than half the size of a mature fruit.|
I found it under the tree. My best guess is it had been there about 2 weeks.
(I tasted the bottom of the fruit)
|A Carrie Drop.. It dehydrated during the ripening process.|
|Inside the Carrie Mango. I shared with a very picky mango eater who agreed it was delicious.|
(Of course not as good as fully ripe and fully mature Carrie mango.)
|Bird damage on Cogshall and Florigon Mangos.|
|Nam Doc Mai|
|Pim Seng Mun|
|Po Pyu Kalai (Lemon Meringue)|
|Pram Kai Mea|
|All three of these mangos are perfect to eat. The black spots usually don't affect the flesh. |
These mangos weigh two pounds.
|This Dwarf Hawaiian tree is about 12 years old. |
It's almost the end of the Dwarf Hawaiian season so only a few fruit are left on the tree.