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Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Remember my post a while back about missing the bloom on my dragon fruit cactus? And how I wasn't going to miss out on the actual fruit this time to those ever pesky, naughty-naughty, nasty little ants? Well . . . . this time, I won!
I kept an ever watchful eye on it and it finally ripened up . . . and this time I got to the ripe, juicy dragon fruit before the ants did! So, I am sharing the bounty to prove I did it! The red fruit is about the size of a softball. It tastes a little like kiwi, but not as sweet.
BTW . . . . the yellow stuff is mango . . . not grown by me, but part of my afternoon snack today anyway! Which I shared with others! I didn't eat all that stuff all by myself! ;-) The mango was not quite ripe and was a little tart and not nearly as sweet as I was hoping! Darn!
My friend wants to give me another dragon fruit cactus that is of a different color (and maybe a little different flavor . . . maybe? ? ? ). I think she said the inside is yellow. I'm anxious to try it, but I asked to wait until I get my garden squared away this next summer so I can figure out where to put both of them! They can get quite big and take a lot of room and need a strong support. The one I have is still in a temporary pot/location while I work on finalizing my garden beds. Once everything is in place, I can see what spaces I have available. Yayyy!