Exotic fruit trees

My Vietnamese neighbors have a small orchard growing next to my fence. They sometimes give me some fruits, and they told me to pick fruits that might overhang my yard:

Soursop, which has medicinal value. It reduces inflammation:



More fruits. The two at the top of this photo are grapefruits. The two on the bottom right are called wah-wah. The fruit on the bottom left is a sweetsop:

My Vietnamese neighbors also grow other types of fruit, such as mangoes and dragon fruits.  They all are delicious and good for us to eat.

7 Responses to “Exotic fruit trees”

  1. David Says:

    You are living such a wonderful life in Hawaii. So many tropical fruits without the tropical storms. Wonderful house, wonderful life!

  2. Christine Says:

    Ok you live in Paradise. That fruit bottom left is called sweetsop in Jamaica.

  3. DJan Says:

    Those certainly are exotic. I don’t think I’ve seen most of them. The jackfruit is huge! 🙂

  4. Tom at Sightings Says:

    Free fresh fruit …. lucky you!

  5. Olga Says:

    When I lived in the country my neighbor had a huge vegetable garden and was generous with his neighbors — so much easier than having my own veg. garden.

  6. evi erlinda Says:

    Hi Gigi, I miss those exotic fruits, and you got the freshest picking ones.

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