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Monday, December 3, 2012

Budding Chico No More

On September 28 this year, a post delved into a budding chico tree in our backyard. More than a month later, and we are anticipating the fruits to ripen in two to three weeks time providing us a steady supply of the sweet brown fruit during the third quarter of the year.

The ripened chico are intended to be part of the line-up of fruits traditionally served on New Year's Eve dinner (Hopefully!). This is how the fruits look like as of today:

Achras zapota, chico, Manilkara zapota, tsiko

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