I also took some pictures for my last monthly series.
I walked along the nursery and the garden, and I found some soursop trees that full of fruits.
The fruits were hanging on the twigs, looked so bountiful!
Then the senior worker climb a soursop tree and picked two fruits for me.
Two big soursops...
I though the bigger one was more than a kilogram in weight.
This was Sirsak Madu, a recommended variety of soursop.
Sirsak means soursop, and Madu means honey.
The common names of soursop in Indonesia are Sirsak, Sirsat, Nangka Belanda or Nangka Sabrang.
The fresh ripen fruit from the tree should be ripening later for about 2 - 5 days, depend on the degree of maturity.
The little one that I have had only needed two days to get full ripen fruits, but the big one needed five days.
Look the exotic green skin....
So from the name we can guess how about the taste.
The taste was so sweet.
The flesh is white.
The texture was so tender and juicy, so fresh...
The seeds are black...
We can find a lot of seeds inside the fruit
I collected the seeds to be planted on my garden.
Do you have special fruit this week?