Garden: Majesticness of the Dragonfruit

April 27, 2008 § 3 Comments

~ fall 2007

~ explore Garden

~also known as pitaya

~this year’s prospect isn’t very good; the tree hasn’t yielded any flower yet.

~~~~~

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§ 3 Responses to Garden: Majesticness of the Dragonfruit

  • Raj says:

    They look a bit strange . . . are they edible? . . . if so,how do they taste?
    …………………………….
    Admin – They taste sweet and juicy, perfect for a hot summer day. 🙂

  • Kyrie says:

    O.O I LOVE DRAGON FRUIT! It’s literally my favorite fruit.

    When you cut it open, the “meat” of the fruit is white, with small, edible, black seeds in it. In Vietnam, they grow tons of these, and they’re much larger than the ones grown in California, or ones imported to the US.

    I believe in Vietnamese, the term is Thanh Long. 😛

    They taste sweet, and the texture of the inside is similar to that of a kiwi. 🙂

  • it sounds like you have a very nice variety of plants that produce edible food for humans. I hope these come ’round for you.
    Do you have any others then peaches and these?
    …………………………….
    Admin – Stay-tuned.

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