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vonmunsterr:

natureisthegreatestartist:

Growing strawberries on a trellis is pretty amazing, isn’t it? It sure makes picking them a lot easier.

This is everything I’ve ever dreamed of.

HH:  I think strawberries and watermelons are two of my favorite things about spring-summer.

vonmunsterr:

natureisthegreatestartist:

Growing strawberries on a trellis is pretty amazing, isn’t it? It sure makes picking them a lot easier.

This is everything I’ve ever dreamed of.

HH:  I think strawberries and watermelons are two of my favorite things about spring-summer.

Honeydew - melon seeds - Lou Rozenstein

Honeydew - melon seeds - Lou Rozenstein

tita-elena:

stcepsorp:

untitled on Flickr.

Arriba la paisana

HH: Fresh Fruit Vendor

tita-elena:

stcepsorp:

untitled on Flickr.

Arriba la paisana

HH: Fresh Fruit Vendor

Hanging Stemmed Cherries - George Rustchev

Hanging Stemmed Cherries - George Rustchev

Crowberries

Crowberries

thefruitmarket:
HH:  I find figs to be a most beautiful fruit/food.

thefruitmarket:

HH:  I find figs to be a most beautiful fruit/food.

Simple and delicious snack - fresh strawberries and Junior Mints - and it is not as messy as the chocolate dipped berries.

Simple and delicious snack - fresh strawberries and Junior Mints - and it is not as messy as the chocolate dipped berries.

The Durian defies explanation: but ”Weird Food” has attempted to describe this foul, yet religiously revered fruit that is simultaneously adored…and banned from public spaces. “A fruit as big as a football, covered with tough spiky skin. The pulp is pale yellow, with shape and consistency of raw brains. Smell has been compared to rotting flesh, old gym socks, or sewage. Yet the taste has been called so exquisite that a European explorer of the 1700′s claimed it was worth the journey to experience it; “the King of fruits.” Many believe it aphrodisiac and hold durian-eating parties. Most hotels, and so on, forbid it on the premises. In Malaysia, a friend of mine witnessed someone on a bus grab another person’s durian and throw it out the window, after another passenger threw up.”
(Image via Nuruhlraman)
The Durian defies explanation: but ”Weird Food” has attempted to describe this foul, yet religiously revered fruit that is simultaneously adored…and banned from public spaces. “A fruit as big as a football, covered with tough spiky skin. The pulp is pale yellow, with shape and consistency of raw brains. Smell has been compared to rotting flesh, old gym socks, or sewage. Yet the taste has been called so exquisite that a European explorer of the 1700′s claimed it was worth the journey to experience it; “the King of fruits.” Many believe it aphrodisiac and hold durian-eating parties. Most hotels, and so on, forbid it on the premises. In Malaysia, a friend of mine witnessed someone on a bus grab another person’s durian and throw it out the window, after another passenger threw up.”

(Image via Nuruhlraman)

Japanese farmer creates the world’s first heart-shaped watermelon

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HH: Lovely for your Valentine

fruit of the vine perfection

fruit of the vine perfection

Owl Faces

Owl Faces

Iced Apples

Iced Apples

churchofpoetry:

unsteadyloveonlilacwine:

Sicilia, Italia

Blood oranges, maybe?  I remember having those around Christmastime.

HH:  Oranges to market.

churchofpoetry:

unsteadyloveonlilacwine:

Sicilia, Italia

Blood oranges, maybe?  I remember having those around Christmastime.

HH:  Oranges to market.

chamoy and enjoy