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Plants And Kiwi Cherries

FALL IS HERE... sometimes it is cold till I have to wear long sleeves and pants, but today is sunny.  I am still surviving with short sleeves and shorts at this moment.  LOL.... 

We have a very small mini size area and the soil is very fertile.  During the summer, they were very productive, I mean the plants, not the humans.  :)  Every now and then, these need to be plucked, I like the cherry tomatoes, they are very sweet even when eaten raw.  Oh, I forgot to take the cilipadi pictures, too bad... they are pretty dried up by now.  Buying cilipadi (hot chillies) in the malls is not cheap and during this season, we have to pluck them and put them in the freezer.  The plants will go into "hibernation" during the cold season..... 

Sometimes I eat them raw and most times, I just add to the vegetables I cook.... 
For flavor.... LOL...
Capsicum and they come in odd shapes....
See..... short and stubby.....
Butt shape too!
This one is most normal..... 
Oh, we did not plant these.....
They are Kiwi Cherries....
I think they are seasonal.... 
Very small kiwis like grapes....
Taste nice and sweet....
First time eating them and they don't come in cheap...
For a packet of less than 20, it cost around $3.99
The next time we went, they were not sold anymore.... 

Comments

  1. Muahahahahaha!!! That butt-shaped one is hilarious! Lovely cherry tomatoes.

    The ladies in the house have gone into planting vegetables and their tomatoes are starting to bear fruits. Thankfully, we do not have any problem with changing weather here...but I do love the cold climate overseas, so nice to just sit around and relax and enjoy the cool fresh air.

    Cute mini-kiwis!

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  2. The weather there is great for planting tomatoes and capsicum and many others that won't grow well here unless in the highlands. You should have kept some of the kiwi cherries seeds and try to sow a few plants. Love the odd shaped capsicums. Home grown ones are great for eating raw.

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  3. Hope we can get to buy kiwi cherries here. Looks tasty!

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  4. I love cherry tomatoes. I eat it like that. Pop directly into my mouth. Lol

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