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Great ChrisJ 2021-06-10 0:44

Hi Mariusz,

I recognize all but one of these exotic fruits. Good sharpness and fantastic colour and variety, with excellent repetition. I usually stick to locally grown fruit. eg Dragon fruit for breakfast in Thailand & Vietnam, rambutan in Indonesia, figs in Turkey and so on. Tfs!

Old 06-10-2021, 08:29 AM
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Hi Chris,
I found an interesting guide to the fruit of Madeira:
The long green one at the back left for example is called delicious fruit or ananas-banana (Monstera deliciosa).
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Old 06-12-2021, 12:07 PM
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Hi M

We used to have a Monstera deliciosa (fruit salad plant) growing in the back yard and they are common as an ornamental plant all over sub tropical Brisbane. They taste like a pineapple or kiwifruit. The one in the front that looks like a pomelo was the one I wasn't sure about. The anona are known as custard apple here.

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