11/28/08

Fruit hunters

Wouldn't it be fun to grow more fruit?



Alas, not in coastal gardens. Not yet, anyway.

You can find all kinds of unusual fruit in San Francisco's ethnic markets. Someone brought a durian to my plant ID class. It was rank and I couldn't bring myself to taste it. My friend who went to a Catholic school in Vietnam said the nuns made the students kneel on durians when they misbehaved. Ouch!

Via.

5 comments:

outofdoors said...

There's a nice post on walking the streets of Berkeley looking for fruit trees over at the local ecologists blog...

lisa said...

Yea, if I can't get it past my nose then no dice. My dad used to "enjoy" limburger cheese just to gross me out. Ick.

Dan Caveman said...

you can get fruit trees locally at Paradise Nursery

www.paradisenursery.com

Dan Caveman said...

You can get info and grow your own fruit through local nursery with fruit trees for sale

Anonymous said...

You can info and grow your own fruit through your local nursery that sells fruit trees