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Default prickly pears anyone?

We have about 125 ripe prickly pear fruits, the purple
kind. They taste like mild watermelon and can be made
into smoothies, sorbet, and jelly.

They're all still on the cactus plants in our front yard. If you want
to come pick them yourself email me for our address. (near RTP)

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Default prickly pears anyone?

Kevin, can you grow prickly pears from the seeds?
Always wondered about that.
Thanks

On Nov 9, 2:29 pm, Kevin Van Sant wrote:
We have about 125 ripe prickly pear fruits, the purple
kind. They taste like mild watermelon and can be made
into smoothies, sorbet, and jelly.

They're all still on the cactus plants in our front yard. If you want
to come pick them yourself email me for our address. (near RTP)



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Old 25-11-2007, 05:13 AM posted to triangle.gardens
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Default prickly pears anyone?

I'm interested

Marymind wrote:
Oh yum, I wish I lived closer. Those were our favorite Fall fruits
growing up.

Kevin Van Sant wrote:
We have about 125 ripe prickly pear fruits, the purple
kind. They taste like mild watermelon and can be made
into smoothies, sorbet, and jelly.
They're all still on the cactus plants in our front yard. If you want
to come pick them yourself email me for our address. (near RTP)

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On Sat, 24 Nov 2007 23:13:41 -0500, Elliot Cramer
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I'm interested

Marymind wrote:
Oh yum, I wish I lived closer. Those were our favorite Fall fruits
growing up.

Kevin Van Sant wrote:
We have about 125 ripe prickly pear fruits, the purple
kind. They taste like mild watermelon and can be made
into smoothies, sorbet, and jelly.
They're all still on the cactus plants in our front yard. If you want
to come pick them yourself email me for our address. (near RTP)


I don't check this group too often so I just saw your reply (guess you
didn't see where I said to email me if interested) anyway.. there are
still a few dozen fruits still on the plants if you want to come get
some. EMAIL me for my address.

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