A banana forest They’re wild bananas They have fruits but difficult to eat Because there are so many hard seeds inside the banana and it taste acrid Only the stem can be eaten easily It’s sweet at first but acrid later The stem of this plant is eatable, too but we need to find a
Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com ! Today we have another exciting episode for you, and this one’s going to be a fun one! And that we’re here on a field trip and we’re here at the Koral’s Tropical Fruit Farm. I love my tropical fruits and you guys should too. Hope you guys
*Fruity Fruits music* Greetings my lovelies. Hello, it’s Emmy. Welcome back. Today I’m going to be eating — durian. If you’re unfamiliar with durian, durian is a fruit very popular in Southeast Asia and what makes it very distinctive is it’s smell. Some call it putrid; some call it odoriferous; some call it straight-up stinky,
Alright! This is John Kohler, from growingyourgreens.com ! Today I have another exciting episode for you! And here we’re standing in suburbia, and this is a very unlikely place to see a whole edible food forest garden with over a hundred fifty (150) fruit trees on about a little over a third of an acre.
Greetings my beautiful lovelies! Its Emmy. Welcome back! Today I’m gonna be unboxing the contents of this box. It contains $150 worth of tropical fruit, but I don’t know what I got — I ordered a variety box, and I just requested things that are in season, and I don’t know exactly what is in
[Fruity Fruits music] Greetings my lovelies. Hi, it’s Emmy. Welcome back to another Fruity Fruits! Today, I’ll be eating Mangosteen. So Mangosteen is a tropical fruit that is native of South East Asia — very popular in Indonesia, India, Thailand…. And I have never had one before, so when I went to my local Asian
Alright! This is John Kohler with Growing Your Greens.com coming at ya from my backyard garden. And today I thought I’d make a really quick video for you guys. The suns going down and it’s actually quite windy, quite blowy and actually a bit cold ’cause we’re now well into fall. The winters approaching but
[Fruity Fruits jingle] Greetings my lovelies! Hi, its Emmy. Welcome back to another Fruity Fruits episode. Today I have this!… for you… Isn’t it beautiful?! And this is called a Kiwano melon or a horned melon: bright orange-yellow peel and these sharp little spikes all over ’em — although they’re not so sharp that you
This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you. Today I’m eating lunch in my garden so if you were wondering what I eat for lunch, or how I eat lunch, this is what I do for lunch. Come out to the backyard, sit amongst my beautiful backyard garden and
Greetings, my lovelies! Hi, it’s Emmy and welcome back to another Fruity Fruits! Today’s fruit is…. this! So this apparently is a pitaya. According to this little sticker, this is a pitaya that came from Israel and it is a red-fleshed pitaya! Pitaya apparently is indigenous to the Americas and it comes from a cactus.