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My walk to classes often involves traipsing through uninspiring (though admittedly strongly-built) housing estates but I do occasionally come across gems such as this nispero tree (Japanese loquat). The fruit is delicious although the large inner pips must not be ingested - posonous! Maybe that is why they aren't often on sale in the UK! They are in season here now and I buy them! They're not too sugary, so fine for an occasional treat for a diabetic like me!

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9 comments - The latest ones
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
Thank you, Ramon!
19 months ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
Very interesting Andy. I have never heard of them
19 months ago.
Andy Rodker club
has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne club
Nor had I till I came to Spain, Rosa!
In season (now), and they are only sold in season (they don't keep or refridgerate well), they are absolutely everywhere!
19 months ago.
 Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins club
They do look tempting, Andy!
19 months ago.
Andy Rodker club
has replied to Eunice Perkins club
They are very nice! I've just had a couple for my postre (pudding)!
19 months ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
I've not heard of them either Andy..................they sound quite nice, but I'd be very wary of eating something that has poisonous pips!

A lovely shot sir!
19 months ago.
Andy Rodker club
has replied to Keith Burton club
The pips are simply too big to miss and swallow by accident Keith, so they're safe!
I investigated further; they won't kill you but will give you a severe stomach ache if you swallow one!
19 months ago. Edited 19 months ago.
 Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre club
Oh it's so nice to see fruit growing in peoples' gardens. My daughter has two very large orange/mandarin trees, another fruit tree called "dut" (?) and a huge fig tree. There seems to be melons and tomatoes everywhere too.
19 months ago.
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
What's a dut, Jenny!
19 months ago.

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