TALES from the tropical rainforest, at the foot of the Malaysian main mountain range. Take a break, come over and join me for a cuppa, and stay a while, will 'ya - coffee, tea, even chlorophyll, s'il vous plait
Exotic looking fruit you have on your farm Grandpa! I do enjoy your blog..very interesting! Peace to you :)
Yum! I was just thinking about Rambutan - and thinking you would use that for R. All our rambutan over here are red - those yellow ones are pretty. When I was a kid, all you would see was plain lychee, but in the 90's, someone said rambutan was the hot new crop and everyone started growing it....
Very curious. I have never heard to such a thing.
Yes, thought it did. Had something like it in my garden in Africa.
Wow! Never seen anything quite like it, that I recall.
It looks wonderful! I love this fruit. And you have it in your garden? WOW!
Very interesting. I've never heard of this. I'm stopping by from the A to Z challenge and I look forward to reading more from you.
Your photograph is outstanding.
Rambutan, yum. That photo with the caption Yellow or red when ripe is fantastic. I could reach out and eat it!Denise<3L'Aussie Travel A-Z Challenge
Ah Grandpa,How 'R' you? Nothing like a bit of hairy fruit. I assume they would be a bit ticklish to eat if you didn't remove the 'hairs'. Still, might be good for a giggle :)Take care, my friend. Looking forward to 'S' in the amazing 'alphabet challenge' :)
Interesting. Never saw these before. Neato.
Eve, thank you! Peace to you too. Is that you yawning? :)NancyDe, they are both juicy and nice. I meant to mention it's the same family as longan AND Lychee.Crystal, hi, welcome to The Farm!I guess you've not heard a lot of things from the Far East - keep reading this blog then! Thanks for stopping by.
Carole, I would imagine rambuatn growing in a tropical place like Africa;Pk, exotic fruit is what it is. I hope you'll have a chance to try them one day;Olga, it's sweet, it's juicy and full of goodness!
Sylvia, hi, welcome to The Farm! Please make yourself at home and take a look around;Joylene, Denise, thank you!
klahanie, I 'M' fine Gary, thank you.And you don't need a hairy fruit to tickle us pink!Take care my friend. Watch out for 'S' eh.The Happy Whisk, hi, welcome to The Farm! There are many tropical varieties on the farm you may have not seen. Thanks for stopping by.
I wonder whether pulasan is of the same family as that of rambutan? ;)
Wan, most certainly. They both belong to the Family Sapindaceae, and Genus Nephelium.
OMG. They look almost alien!Ellie Garratt
haha aw very cute. They need some eyes drawn on them :)
Ellie, and you are wearing a space suit!Nikki, that would complete the alien look!
Hi Grandpa, wow! Rambutan season is here now?Boleh saya datang? Da lama ta'makan ni. Lovethose yellow ones.You sure got a real dream farm....lots of fruit trees....Best is away from the maddening crowd.Have fun....Lee.
Lee, this year the fruits come early. You are always welcome. That day I had a visit from Wan of Minyak Gaz. they enjoyed the durian and rambutan. I look forward to host you next.Take care Lee.
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