Judy H-J's Thoughts - A Twinless Twin. Jamaican Freelance writer on a healing journey after facing loss. Here I share memories, hobbies, interests, pictures and much more.
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I've not heard of naseberries before. I'd love to try them.Have a terrific day Judy. :)
I hope you get to try this fruit some day Sandee. Do enjoy the rest of your day.
I'd love to taste them! I've never heard of them before. Now I'm curious.
I hope you get to enjoy them some day alissa! Happy WW!
I've never heard of these berries...perhaps you could post about them... :)
These berries can be found in Central and South America Just Another Mom of Twins. They do very well in my homeland Jamaica and are popular. The tree can grow as tall as 30 m.
I have never tasted one of those before. I wouldn't mind trying.
I hope you get to try one some day Wayne. Happy WW!
what a lovely treat Judy!Ai @ Sakura Haruka
Thanks Ai! Happy WW!
I've never has a Naseberry. What do they taste like? I would love to try one too! :)
This fruit is quite sweet kristi. I am sure you would like it. Happy WW!
Happy WW Sarah!
I never heard of them, but they sound great!
Another fruit I've never heard of! I wonder if you can bake with them?Happy WW!Paulalifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com
Happy WW bettyl!
I've never heard of naseberries! Cute though. Happy WW :)
What an interesting looking fruit. I'd like to try one some day.
NEVER heard of this tree!!!! What does it taste like??Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Cymbidium OrchidsHave a great WW!!
thank you for showing this tree...i love learning new things!!
I've never heard of them either. You have such wonderful foliage posted each week. I'd love to take a walk around you yard. I bet you could sit out there and stare at your landscape all day!
I've never heard of them either!Happy Wednesday!
I love fresh fruit. How wonderful to have it growing right there in your yard! :-) Thanks so much for hosting.
Interesting pictures, I had never heard about naseberry, will have to look into it... Thanks for hosting just linked-up. come and check out our Wordless Wednesday and we would love for you to linkup our Linky party: http://www.craftyspices.com/others/blog-hops/wordless-wednesday-hop/110-wordless-wendsday-hop6-linkyHappy Wednesday!
First time hearing about these, do you hang them from your nose? LOL
I am off to google what a Naseberry is. Thanks for linking up, I've done the same. x
I haven't heard of them, but the pics are neat. :)
Thanks mail4rosey! Have a good day.
You are welcome Charlotte! Have a great day.
I am here laughing stevebethere! Come to think of it they look like they could be used as decorations!:)
You are welcome Annmarie! Have a good day.
I hope you get to try one some day Joy! Happy WW!
Happy WW Kelly HTandT!
You are welcome Lisa! Happy WW!
I don't think I've tasted this before but I know berries are sweet..Wishing you a great day Judy!!
A great day to you too May!
Thanks for linking up Jay! I will be sure to link up at your party too. Have a good Wednesday.
Happy WW Veronica!
Thanks a lot Theresa! It is really great just sitting outside and seeing nature in all its glory.
They are sweet Bernie! I will definitely come and have a look at your post. Happy WW!
I have never heard of nasberries before. Where can they be found. I would definitely try them.
I've never heard of these before. Now I really have to try them! I wonder if they have them here.
Hi Judy,just popped back because my 2 comments wasn't showing earlier,if I repeat just lol I love the look of these I've never hear of them,I bet they are so yummy...thanks so much for co hosting :)
I've learned something new, because I've never heard of a naseberry tree. Interesting.
You are welcome Lenasledgeblog.com. Take care.
Thanks Clairejustine! I am always happy to co-host.
I hope you get to try them some day Camille! Enjoy the rest of your day.
Hi Katherine, They can be found in Central and South America. Take care and enjoy the rest of your week. Judy
*sigh* Yet another wonderful tropical fruit we don't get to enjoy here...I'm really curious about them now.
I hope you get to try it some day Art of RetroCollage! Enjoy the rest of your week.
yum! i have never heard of them before but they look and sound so good!! i have been craving fruit more lately!! thank you for sharing! you definitely always post so much wonderful food. :)xoxoxmaria
Thank you very much Maria. I hope you get to try one some day. Take good care. Lots of Love and Best Wishes always.
First look, I though they were mangoes. Never heard of naseberries before. Is it delicious?
They are sweet Liz! Quite nice! Have a good day.
First time hearing of this berry. Does it have a familiar taste?
I would not say they have a familiar taste JT but they are sweet.
They look more like "chikoo" to me :-)
I just did some research on chikoo Haddock and they do seem to be like these fruits that we call Naseberries. Thanks for the information.
Interesting. I have never heard of them before.Herding Cats
Have a good weekend Nicola!
I have never baked with them Paula but who knows, maybe some persons have. Sorry for the delay in replying. It went to spam.
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