My small fruit tree orchard


#782

Can you eat that budda hand lemon?


#783

Yes you can. They are boiled for hours to soften them then sugar is added so they are transparent and very sweet. They are then cooled. Cut up into small pieces and eaten as is or added to a fruitcake. Most typical way to eat them.


#784

You can make buddacello too and tea… :blush:


#785

I nead to ID this banana tree variety. Please any one can help me? Thank’s!


#786

:blush:


#787


#788

These are fabulous! I had my first taste of them at a fancy restaurant last weekend. My new tree arrived and is planted. It has the tiniest flower blossoms i have ever seen. I cannot wait to grow my own and eat them! So tangy and zesty, Amazingly powerful flavor. And pretty too!


#789

WOW! Your finger lime already with flower buds it’s really great! Congratulations! You will have your first finger limes in few months! :+1:


#790

Some nashi pears


#791

Sete capotes


#792

:blush:


#793

Where did you buy Sete Capotes Luís?


#794

I buyed my tree on Horto das Frutas Raras in Braga. They have very rare stuff… on that time they distribute on all country but now i don’t know… but you can buy there.


#795

Is the flavor like Lemon Guava?bb


#796

Hi. No it’s more like pineapple, less sweet but very refreshing. I like it a lot.


#797

And the interesting thing about this species is that she is always in flower even with fruits


#798

I heard about that place in Braga. I was supposed to go to viveiros do Lima this year to get a few more plants but I think it’s closed


#799

You can try to order by phone or online… maby they are closed just the nursery.


#800

@Luisport

Is that an “Indian Blood” peach?

Mike


#801

Hi! I don’t know, here we call it sanguineo peach, the traduction is like sanguinello peach.