Fresh flowers come in as almost white and will turn brownish / blackish over a week or two, and in between some would be pollinated and turn into fruits. Through naked eyes, the flowers seem rounded and don't open up like ordinary flowers. Some gardeners suggest light shaking of branches or brushing flowers lightly to ensure successful pollinations. So far I leave it to nature to handle, but on the second thought light shaking of branches is too simple to ignore....... haha. But I am guessing that we should expect the worst with the current prolonged hot spell - 2 weeks without rain. I wonder if miracle berry can do wonders and spring out some magic and bear fruits.......
|Our Pokok Ajaib / miracle berry : little white flowers|
|Brushing technique: ref how to make miracle fruit produce|
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