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Old 05-06-2011, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Only the fruit,very tropical tasting. Maybe if my tree sets fruit again I'll make some
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i tasted the jelly a long time ago. i think the jelly maker added something besides pindo dates. i eat the fresh pindo dates all the time. to me they taste like simular to a mango.

i have tried queen palm dates.. it was like pindo palm in taste..i did it out of curiosity.

i have a couple 6 year old pindo plantings. would love fruit so i dont have to ask people. maybe i will get fruit at 8 years?? probably 10 at the most.
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Wanted to buy a jar last year, guy never replyed to me. So fare I have never heared negative comments on it.
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i have tried queen palm dates.. it was like pindo palm in taste..i did it out of curiosity.
I have heard that Queen palms have a heavy fruit set. I wonder if anyone makes wine or jelly from them?
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I have heard that Queen palms have a heavy fruit set. I wonder if anyone makes wine or jelly from them?
i think many people dont know they are even edible.. not many people have even tried a pindo fruit..probably out of fear..

i know many people who are really afraid of plants. they think every wild growing plant is poisonous.. lots of people dont know that dandelions are edible and are good for your liver. there are lots of plants growing in peoples yards that are considered to be weeds that can be eaten in a salad..probably not a good idea if you have dogs running around. :0

yeah i will say there are poisonous plants out there.. there are some plants growing in my yard that will potentially cause heart failure..some can either make a persons heart race or make it stop.. there is one that has a potentially deadly chemical that per ounce is more potent than cyanide.. since people are afraid of everything they dont see in a grocery store..have heard of few people nowadays who fall victim to any of these plants.. im still only hinting and wont name them.. (people are crazy and some information is dangerous)..

the point im trying to make is there are lots of native /non native plants that are extremely high in anti carcinogens ive been eating and or growing for years...im trying a few new plants as they become available. i think stores/restaurants are selling so much homogenized junk ..
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Yes, for example Loquarts are used here as ornamental tree, many ppl doesnt even know they are edible. I dont even want to think what would some tell me about edible palm fruits
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Yes, for example Loquarts are used here as ornamental tree, many ppl doesnt even know they are edible. I dont even want to think what would some tell me about edible palm fruits
yeah loquats are edible but avoid swallowing/breaking the seeds in your mouth ...they are not good for you.. i wouldnt give them to small children.
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I wish my neighbors non-stop barking dog would come eat some of my cassava or my oleanders. Wait, I would rather my neighbor himself would come over and eat it instead.

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How old is it? It doesn't look very old!
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How old is it? It doesn't look very old!
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Good to see that a little palm has fruits. I think it's all about the weather- in Rijeka, Croatia some examplar of Butia Capitata do not fruit until 10 years old because of cold winters and dry weather.
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This little palm has 4 seed spathes now
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Will fill a quater jar
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Both my Pindo Palms have 5 clusters of fruit. I found another flower open today.

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Mine hasn't fruited yet. It's been in the ground for just over a year now.

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Nice palm Tristan! Do U have any more?
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