This week I got special gifts, passion fruits and Japanese mustard plants.
Maybe passion fruit is not special for me.
But something that makes these fruits so special is "I get my fruits back!".
I think you know what I mean.
My friend grows these passion fruit plants from ripen fruits that I've given her last year.
And now, when my passion fruit vines haven't fruiting yet, she shared me her fruits.
She knows that my son is really love passion fruit juice.
So, I can make passion fruit juice for my son.
Another day, she gave me some Japanese mustard seedlings.
A new vegetable for me, I've ever seen this vegetable on the Agricultural Exhibition last week.
Thank you friend for sharing me your seedlings and also "making my fruits back".
Readers, have you ever have same experience like mine... please share.
Endah, 'good investment' ;-) I suppose the red one is the ripe ones right? And hey, this is the first time I see a Japanese mustard.ReplyDelete
Both of the red and yellow are ripen fruits. They are two different varieties. Yes, the mustard is so lovely.Delete
Oic. You have a great Sunday, Endah :-)Delete
Thank you, Steph!Delete
Belum pernah lihat markisa semerah itu...ReplyDelete
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Fresh passion fruit juice sounds lovely, you son is a lucky little boy xReplyDelete
You're right Jo!Delete
It's like the saying 'you reap what you sow'. You've given the gift of fruit to your friend and now you're getting them back.ReplyDelete
And that's true, Jo!Delete
I bet the passion fruit is really good.ReplyDelete
Yes, Lisa. Great aroma and tasty juice.Delete
I love to share and exchange seeds and plants with my best friend, who is a passionate gardener too. This year she gave me poppies and I shared my allium with her...ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend!
Sounds so interesting. Of course we will have more collection by the cheaper way. Have a great week, Sarah!Delete
The juice of these exotic fruits?ReplyDelete
I guess that is delicious.
Once I was eating passion fruit.
Yes, It's so delicious and fresh, Lucia.Delete
Have a nice week.
We have passion flowers here, but it rarely grow into a fruit because it's not warm enough.ReplyDelete
Here, there's a variety that love cool weather and only grown on highland tropicsDelete