It was last week that I saw fresh miracle berry buds, very white and almost round. Weekend are days when we can look deeper and longer. Yesterday I saw tiny buds transforming into flowers like what Frank wrote in how to make miracle fruit produce
Frank had tried brushing as a way to help pollination. But I resort to giving the branches just a little shake. Otherwise I would look like an artist with brush in my hand and I already made my mark here as keen/ weird photographer hiding behind plants always looking for the best angle to shoot.
|Last Week, miracle berry flower buds -|
Within a week, the flower buds really changed,
they became longer with tiny pistil protruding
|This Week A cluster of miracle berry flowers - pic 1|
tiny pistils are quite visible
|Single miracle berry flower - pic 2|
|Single miracle berry flower - pic 3|
|a cluster of miracle berry flowers - pic 4|
While busying myself checking flowers and angle to shoot,
I notice ONE ripe miracle fruit berry hidden behind leaves.
Then I wonder, how could I miss this fruit the past month.
|I found a ripe miracle berry, hidden behind leaves. - pic 5|
Lets see if a light shake of miracle berry branches help pollination
which eventually produce more fruits.
bangchik and kakdah