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Syzygium samarangense - Young Wax Jambu Fruits


Syzygium samarangense -  Young Wax Jambu Fruits (Syzygium samarangense - Wax Jambu)

These young Wax Jambu fruits are growing in tropical fruit garden at Quail Botanical Gardens on Jan. 5, 2010.



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These look unreal, are they edible?

I'm looking at your latest pictures of tropical plants with the snow coming down in buckets outside my window !

6 Jan, 2010

 

Rbtkew:

Yes, they are very sweet! They are native to Malaysia and are very widely grown in Southeast Asia.

The weather is a sore subject for most of the U.S. because a horrible arctic blast. Southern California has had the warmest temps. in the U.S., even Florida is under the arctic blast with freeze warnings almost down to Miami...it's very unusual...and is going to cause a lot of damage to the citrus and other crops.

6 Jan, 2010



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