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Neat! I love the two bunches of berries side by side but at different stages of ripening. Great colours too! And that goes for the palm fronds and the sky which make a very pleasing mix of vibrant colours.
Yep, Berry ripe indeed. Nice one Tom.
the second pic is real neat, John....this may be a little far fetched, but those two colors :orange and green are India's flag colors so whenever i see them together, I am reminded of the Flag. :)
What an interesting tree - funny to see those bunches of fruit in differenet colours!!
Love the tree. I've really got to visit someplace coastal someday. It's such a completely different eco-system.
I've never seen anything like it.Very interesting!
We got 12 of these palms on our small backyard. Palms are great but when the fruit rippens and starts falling it stings like hell.
Do the Queen Palm trees that have pods on them turn into bee hives?We have 2 palm trees in the front of our house which never turned into the yellow flowers that they are now.There is a train of bees all around the yellow flower and we were wondering if these pods have yo be cut off. I am highly allergic to bees, but I don't want to do anything harmful to the tree if they will go away by themselves.
it taste just like JAM!!!! yum yum yum i am feeding with the bats at the moment, they are very co-operative. nom nom nom
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