A novice vegetable gardener introduces the growth of vegetables, trips, and foods from Osaka, Japan.
Hi Takaeko; It will take more than a few pictures of Sushi to stop me visiting your blog! I do admit though that I prefer to look at the pictures of fruit.. I have never eaten a Persimmon before. Can you please describe it for us? What will you do with so many Kiwi fruits -- can you preserve them?
>MarkI'm very happy to see you again on my blog! I would like you to enjoy the photos of my fruits!Well, a persimmon fruit has soft flesh and containes 2 or 3 seeds. The taste of the ripen fruits is so sweet. The fruit is so nutritious that various nutritions are found such as vitamins, tannin, carotene and minerals.We'll preserve kiwi fruits with apple for 1 week. Ethylene gas coming out of an apple can make kiwi fruits after ripen. After after ripping, we'll make kiwi jam, share with my neighbors.
Hello Takaeko so that is what a persimmon looks like!
Looks delicious! You will have to give me advice on growing kiwis! I am thinking of growing them this year in my garden when spring comes around!
Wow! That was a big harvest especially the kiwis.The persimons look deliciously sweet!
>Gay gardenerWell, I think kiwi is relatively easy to grow. Kiwi needs plenty of sunlight and it grow faster so you have to thin out grown vines to let nutrition go to fruits.
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