Saturday, June 15, 2013

Physalis


Physalis is the name of this fruit. The size of the fruit is about
1 cm = 0.4 inches and the basket is about 10 cm = 3.9 inches.




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18 comments:

  1. Vackra bilder på den här läckra frukten.

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  2. Beautifully photographed. What does it taste like?

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  3. Very nice photos. I wonder if it is the same thing we call ground cherries here?

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  4. Morron ! Soligt och fint väder här. Nu åker vi på Semester ! Ha det bra !

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  5. Wonderful photo--simple and so elegant!

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  6. Beautiful pictures -- they look a little bit like tomatillos.

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  7. Love the colour in this

    Mollyxxx

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  8. Stunning captures! Happy MOM.

    Mine are here and here.

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  9. Such an interesting looking fruit encased in those leaves - beautiful shot. The orange shape is so perfectly round and smooth - love the contrast of textures. Thank you for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

    Love those flying pics too - amazing!

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  10. Beautiful! This fruit reminds me of the tomatillo, which is a type of green tomato that grows inside a similar pod too. Visiting via OYGIF#43 - Blessings!

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  11. Cool plant, I'm thinking they are similar to a ground cherry or Chinese lantern plant.

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  12. Fantastic shot! Never seen this before, is it edible?

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    1. Yes Maria it is edible. Taste good!

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  13. Wow I've never seen this fruit before! Gorgeous detail! I can't wait to see what you have to share with I Heart Macro this week! Sorry I'm slow getting around to visit, I've been out of town.

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  14. Hope to see you at OYGIF this Friday. Your photos will be featured.

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  15. very interesting; i dont know that at all; Have a nice Friday

    much love...

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