Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Lychee Tree Shock - Wordless Wednesday Linky

Lychee Tree earlier this year
Some of the many lychees I enjoyed
Brown Lychee Tree after Hurricane Sandy
 
  Welcome to Wordless Wednesday hosted by Clairejustineoxox and Judy H-J's Thoughts where you can link up your Wordless and not so Wordless photo posts.

64 comments:

Sandee said...

Must be a tropical treat because I've only heard about them here. I'll bet they are good.

Have a terrific day Judy. :)

stevebethere said...

Wow! just shows the strength of that storm

I have never had lychee :-)

Unknown said...

I love them and really miss this tree Sandee. Enjoy the rest of your day.

Unknown said...

It certainly was powerful Steve!

An Apel a Day said...

Is it edible? It looks really interesting in a good way.

Meryl said...

Sweet photos. It's cold and snowing where I live.

Unknown said...

I am eagerly awaiting the end of the hurricane season Meryl.

Unknown said...

Yes, lychees can be eaten Alissa. I like them a lot.

Winnie said...

I've never seen lychee tree before
but I like to eat them :)

Ai Sakura said...

I love Lychee!! had a nice refreshing drink of it yesterday. sorry to see Sandy destroy your tree :/

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Unknown said...

I also like them a lot Winnie! I wish I had many more lychee trees.

Unknown said...

It is interesting that you had the drink yesterday Ai! I should drink it some day.

ChatterBlossom said...

How sad! That tree was beautiful!
-Jamie
http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

Unknown said...

So true Jamie!

Amy said...

Glad to see a Lychee tree...I have tasted Lychee but havent see a tree,but sad to see what happened to it later...
Hope you are fine.I linked some photos from Malacca...

Unknown said...

Thanks Amy! I look forward to visiting your link.

Paula said...

That's sad what happened to your tree :( I've never heard of that type of tree or fruit. I assume it's fruit!

Happy WW!
Paula
lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogpspot.com

Unknown said...

Yes, it is a fruit Paula. I certainly miss this tree.

kristi said...

I would love to try that fruit someday. What is is most like? mango? pineapple? Thanks for hosting!! Have a great week.

Unknown said...

I hope you get to try it some day kristi. It is not similar to mango or pineapple. It is also known as Chinese guinep. Take care and have a good Wednesday.

Tammi @ My Organized Chaos said...

I don't even know what that is!! lol

Tammi
My Organized Chaos

Unknown said...

It is a fruit that can be spelt a variety of ways and is also known as Chinese guinep. Take care and have a good Wednesday Tammi.

Danielle S said...

What a bummer! I know what it is like to lose a good fruit tree. I will lose them to weather issues, too. But my weather issues are different. We will get a nice warm spell in the very early spring, the trees start coming out, then it will freeze again. We lost four fruit trees so far in the past few years to this.

Unknown said...

A bummer indeed Danielle! I could hardly believe my eyes!

Maria said...

Oh wow, those poor trees!! I've never had lychees but they look and sound so good. I'm glad you got to enjoy some before Hurricane Sandy hit!! Hope the new year brings many more your way! Xoxox
Maria

Lisa Boyle said...

Thanks for hosting, Judy! I had never heard of that kind of tree/fruit before. I am sorry that the tree was lost in the storm. :-(

Art of RetroCollage said...

Oh, Judy, that's sad! :-( What a shame to lose a wonderful lychee tree like that..

ngpaloma said...

never seen a lychee tree before. looks pretty. what does it taste like?

Robin said...

What a shame, it was a beautiful tree and the lichis looked delicious.

Simply Delicious said...

I love lychees! I wish I have my own tree.

Dominique Goh said...

Lovely Lychees. I love eating them.

Aleksandra Nearing said...

Boo on the tree! What a shame. Wonder how long a newly planted one would have to grow to produce fruit.

Veronica Lee said...

Yummmmm!!!! I love lychees!!!

Happy Wednesday, J!

Unknown said...

Happy Wednesday Veronica!

Unknown said...

I am going to check how long it would take for another lychee tree to grow and produce fruit BusyWorkingMama. I hope it won't be too long!:)

Unknown said...

I hope I can get another tree in my backyard Simply Delicious.

Unknown said...

I am also a big fan of Lychees Dominique!

Unknown said...

I lost this tree and so many others during Hurricane Sandy Art of RetroCollage. Sad indeed.

Unknown said...

I can't think of a similar fruit but it tastes sweet ngpaloma!:)

Unknown said...

It certainly treated me to delicious fruit for a number of years Robin.

Unknown said...

You are welcome Lisa! Happy WW!

Unknown said...

Hurricane Sandy certainly destroyed a lot of trees Maria! I hope I can get another lychee tree in my yard soon! Guess what?! I am happy to place your blog button on my sidebar!:) Take good care and have yourself a wonderful Wednesday!

Areeba said...

There's no lychees in my area , it's not suitable for them. But I order super stores to buy and to eat. They are really delicious :D Oh Lord hurricane just ruined :(

Aree
http://areewithumbrella.blogspot.com/

Unknown said...

The hurricane did a lot of damage Aree. I miss my lychee tree.

The Crumby Mummy said...

Such a shame! x

Unknown said...

Really disappointing The Crumby Mummy!

momto8 said...

I have never heard of this tree before. I am sorry you about what happened!

Unknown said...

Thanks Annmarie! Have a good day!

Claire Justine said...

Oh no the poor tree :( the lychee look great,I have tasted them from a can but I bet they taste amazing fresh :) thanks for co hosting...

Unknown said...

Lychees straight form the tree are delicious Clairejustine. I will miss this tree. It is good to be co-hosting again. Have a great day.

Colette S said...

I can't remember if I had eaten those.
I love bounty though.

Happy Wednesday!

Unknown said...

I hope you get to try them some day Colette! Have a good Wednesday.

aquariann said...

I hadn't heard of a Lychee tree before ... what interesting fruit it produces!

♥ aquariann
Featured Photo: Head of Cabbage

Unknown said...

Happy Wednesday aquariann!

Laurie Collett said...

I love lychee! So sorry to hear about your tree. Praise God that you survived & are unharmed after Sandy. Thanks for the great post & for hosting, & God bless!

Unknown said...

Oh yes Laurie, I am grateful to God that my family and I came through safely. Take care and God Bless.

Wayne W Smith said...

I have never tried one. Added it to the list. Thanks for linking up to our Wordless Wednesday. We hope to see you again next week.

Unknown said...

I hope you get to try one soon Wayne! Enjoy the rest of your day.

Candice said...

How sad! What a beautiful tree it was. I'm sure you miss it and it's yummy fruit!

Unknown said...

I certainly miss it Candice!

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

Lychee, What does it taste like? It looks very interesting. Sandy was a crazy storm/hurricane. I live outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and up here they kept calling it the Franken-storm because of the hurricane and another storm front merged. To the east of us it was much worse, we only got crazy rain for a few days.
So sorry you lost your tree:(
Following back from Sunday Sync!

Unknown said...

Thanks a lot Susan! Lychee tastes like guinep and is alo called Chinese guinep. Hurricane Sandy was really terrible. I am so happy the hurricane season is over! Take care and have a wonderful week.

Mommy Evolution said...

There's a new WW collaborative Linky Party in town! Please add your Wordless Wednesday to http://wordlesswednesdaybloggers.blogspot.com.

Unknown said...

Thanks Jennifer! I will check it!

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