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Monday, October 05, 2009

Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop

10.5 Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop 1

It takes about two months from the time the dragon fruit blossoms to when it's ripe for eating. I have no idea why I had such a bumper crop in 2009, but not in previous years.

10.5 Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop 2

Of course, not all dragon fruit are so easily accessible.

10.5 Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop 3

I had to climb on a chair and really stretch to reach some fruit. Others, had to be extricated carefully on account of the tiny thorns. It is a cactus fruit, after all.

10.5 Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop 4

Ah, but for bounty such as this, so worth it. I harvested nearly a dozen dragon fruit this time, in addition to a sporadic fruit here or there.

10.5 Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop 5

Other garden updates.

1 year ago today, 2nd Annual Los Angeles Luxury Chocolate Salon - Pasadena.
2 years ago today, Misoyaki Salmon.


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