Ooh I loved that. Had it a lot when my dad was working in the Philippines. I always thought it tasted between a mango and banana 😀. Good job you didn't grow the similar stinky one banned in public places lol.
@trina no just took pic outside. They're growing in my polytunnel, temp today 30'c, try to provide correct conditions. When older can be grown outside during summer months, but I would say to get to fruit, polytunnel!! 🌴🌴
@lamaisonbleueoleron this one no smelly odours!! Jackfruit is really nice...texture like apple/mango and nice fruity taste. It's really not horibble...we were talking about fruit called durian. Which is also called "vomit fruit"!
@latebloomer I've ordered myself a gift of a grafted tree for when I move, so I can graft to these and then they should fruit quicker. These are going to be difficult even for me to get to fruit as they produce the worlds largest fruits!! 😃😃
@latebloomer actually no it wasn't. You may laugh if I tell you, I bought the seeds from a Asian food shop!! They we just in a box for people to eat (if you have any recipes, please do share). I'd been thinking of buying them from Thai etc of a "seed" seller at great cost....about 100 cost me 50pence!!! Within 1 week they had sprouted. It's amazing what will grow when bought from food shops!!! 😃😃😃
@latebloomer you do!!! Yes if like to know what can be made from these. I grow all my elephant ears (colocasia) from tubers, ginger, galangal, starfruits (carambola), then graft from my main grafted tree to them, same with lychee seeds, graft to them, mango and again graft from my nam doc mai and keitt trees. I think there's more but still not clear headed.....not moved from my living floor yet as slept here last night!!
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Thanks to my late grandad who gave me tips for his English rose garden, rest I've just sat up reading on Internet and tried/tested. Also de stress's me after hard day at work, plants don't talk and smell nice!!😃😃😂😂 @latebloomer
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