If anyone should ask us how many longan fruits we now have on our tree, we would have to reply “Just one or two”. In other words, not many at all.After fruit-set, our Longan tree (Pometia pinnata) boasts a crop of approx. ten fruits. Well, we’re not supposed to count them, because they will fall off;… Read More Just One Or Two
It was in July last year, that our dwarf June plum tree (Spondias cytherea) began blossoming; and it has been doing so ever since. Eight months later – in March 2017, we began picking the slightly mature fruits and eating them; but they were not ripe. Today’s photo are of ripened plums on our dwarf… Read More Photos: Harvesting Ripen June Plums In July
This is the third time that our Longan tree (Pometia pinnata) has flowered, and almost every branch has on promising blossoms. When the tree first blossomed last year, all its young fruits fell off; but that was expected. It bloomed again earlier this year, and in June, our family shared and ate the sole longan… Read More Third Set Of Longan Blossoms
Seven photos of a beautiful orchid gift that has white flowers with a purple center. I think this may be Dendrobium phalaenopsis orchid plant.
A photo of a garden lizard popping its head out from beneath the leaves of our Phalaenopsis orchid. Peek a boo! I see you.
These are a few photos I took while making coconut drops (candy) in our kitchen. Preparing The Banana Leaf The first thing I did was to cut a portion of a banana leaf from one of our banana trees outside. I’ll be using the leaf to put my drops on; if you don’t have banana… Read More Today’s Photos: Making Coconut Drops
One summer fruit seen in abundance now is the mango; and at almost every corner we see vendors selling mangoes, along with Otaheite apples, and avocado pears. Recently we got a few Saint Julian (Julie) mangoes, they are a favourite for many persons. I like them because these mangoes are tasty, and I have never… Read More Five Ways We Eat Jamaican Julie Mangoes