Dragon Fruit And Lady Finger

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  1. col

    col Member Premium Member GOLD

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  2. Mary Playford

    Mary Playford Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    I am not a fan, they are too seedy and tasteless. However, I have seen people use it in drinks or smoothies. I will stick to mango or papaya :)
     
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  3. DTK

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    I have recently planted some dragon fruit, so we are a long way off trying the fruit just yet, but we have had lady finger bananas for quite some and I like those. We usually produce more than we can use when they ripen so we freeze them and use them in Banana cake.
     
  4. LissyBee

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    I was gifted one plant and bought another to try out. Still in pots at present and working on best way to position them. Great success on your harvest! Hope to have similar results. Mine are only small and have yet to grow big enough to fruit.
     
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