What fruits did you eat today?


#2907

Home grown Cosmic Crisp Apple.9.19.20


#2908

Seckel pears. First year production. Sweet, smooth. A keeper.


#2909

Those are very nice looking figs, hope you don’t mind me asking what variety is it?


#2910

This variety is called Dalmatie. Not a rare fig but not often mentioned at least not that I notice.


#2911

It looks amazing. How does it taste like?


#2912

Bought an Apple tasting box at the epicenter nursery. We have been trying 1-2 apples everyday

We liked Pomme Gris the best. I had high hopes for Hudson’s Golden Gem but the texture was a bit dry. Rubaiyat was a surprise. I thought all the red-fleshed Apples were too tart but this one was very nice. Still, the Fujis I had at @Girly’s place were a few steps above any of these apples.


#2913

Moon& star watermelon


And pawpaw

First time know what pawpaw tasted like. Thanks to JustPeachy who shared


#2914

Araças and sete capotes to juice…


#2915

I’m super jealous, that looks divine! Was it comparable to the store bought?


#2916

Handful of perpetua blueberries, yellow Ann, and one raspberry shortcake. First year with these plants.


#2917

Gissarskii Rozovyi pomegranates are really good, just the right balance of sweetness and acidity and an excellent flavor. Seeds are very soft.


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#2918

Never seen these types of fruits before, very unusual


#2919

I am lucky. Thank you so much Ben.


#2920

Elephant Heart plum, meaty, sweet and delish. They hung on a tree for a long time. A plum worth growing.


#2921

I like to grow rare fruits… Our climate is great to grow sub-tropicals.


#2922

Where did you got your tree/scions from? I searched for it along with Crimson Crisp, but had no luck.


#2923

@JeNeI From Raintree nursery. They’re sold to Washington residents only.


#2924

Raspberries, but not from my garden. They were the best!


#2925

I can’t wait to taste them. I planted Elephant Heart last spring on top of my last born child’s placenta (the tree is basically an organ tree…), so come next year, I’ll allow it to set a couple of fruits if all goes well.


#2926

I grew Pepino a few years ago. While they never reached the size of the spectacle you showed, it did produce a ton. A very late ripening fruit though and it does not taste much like anything. What was your experience flavor wise?