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A friend visited this weekend and bought some rare treats. Yang mei are very tasty, look forward to mine fruiting one day.
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Yes I have 3 yang mei but have heard some people get fruit from one tree. The kei apples are like a sour apricot, okay but not good enough to put up with the huge spines. I planted the seeds, not sure what I will do with them if they sprout.
Yes Dianne, as the saying goes. Not what you know but who you know. The yangmei( bayberries) are really nice strawberry/raspberry taste with a slight herbal taste thrown in.
Oh!!! to be so lucky to have a friend delivering such treats.
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