Saturday, April 26, 2014

Miracle Berries - it wasn't long, February to April.

It is a way to understand miracle berry better. I have never followed closely the time taken for  red ripe miracle berry to appear after initial buds forming. I search through my old photos and try to assess. I found out, there wasn't  many photos to show in March 2014, since I had been out of town many times.

miracle berry 26th April 2014 - RED - ripening


February
- flower buds appearing


Miracle Berry 9th February 2014
- buds forming

miracle berry 16th february 2014 -
pistil emerging from flower buds

miracle berry 23th februrary 2014
 - flowers opening up


March 2014 - fruits forming


miracle berry 29th march - fruits forming

miracle berry 29th march -  young fruits

April 2014 - fruits ripening


miracle berry 20th April  pic 1

miracle berry 20th April  pic 2

miracle berry 20th April  pic 3

miracle berry 20th April  pic 4

April 26 2014 - turning RED


miracle berry 26th April 2014
- RED - ripening pic1

miracle berry 26th April 2014
 - RED - ripening pic2

miracle berry 26th April 2014
- RED - ripening pic 3

miracle berry 26th April 2014
- RED - ripening pic 4



So it doesn't take too long for berries to ripen after the appearance of buds.  and the next observation will focus on how long will the plant rest, before it collects enough nutrients to sprout little buds.




_____________bangchik and kakdah_____________
my little vegetable garden
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34 comments:

  1. The berries look so cute. Bagaimana rasanya dan ada nilai perubatan ke?

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  2. i heard about that one, but never saw it in croatia... wonder if it would survive at my garden? by the way, im so glad i found your blog... and you r going to my fav list :) since im new one in blogging world, come visit me sometimes..

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  3. Wow, diligent documentation. Recently, I have no chance to enjoy my miracle berries as the birds went to them first.

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  4. It's a very short time from appearance to ripening...do you enjoy these berries?
    I they are sweet and juicy, aren't they?

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  5. Merah menyala! yummy treat!

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  6. crimson awesome, seen blueberry :)

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  7. Miracle berries BangChik nampak sihat dan ranum. Rasa minat pula nak tanam buah ni sbb ia memaniskan citarasa kita, kan? Tak tau mana nak cari anak pokok.

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  8. Opps, silap! Bukan citarasa - memaniskan deria rasa .... :D

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  9. Such a pretty plant! How big will it get?
    Have you heard of Goji berry?
    That's a plant I'm trying to grow.

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  10. Chung Jia YiingMay 12, 2014 4:32 PM

    I heard this before. Is this the berry that can turn sour food into sweet food? But what is this berry exactly tastes like? I had a berry plant in front of my house but i think that is just an ordinary berry plant hahaha. Anyway thanks for sharing!

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  11. It is edible? How does it taste like?

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  12. Hi there! This is so interesting to see the whole process of a miracle berry; from the appearance of its first buds to its transformation into a red ripe miracle berry. Actually I have never eaten a miracle berry before and I’m not even sure if it grows in my country; but it was still really amazing to see the on-going growth of what looks like a very yummy fruit! Keep on posting :)

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  13. Always something exotic and different! Beautiful berries.

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  14. These berries look great, but i have never heard of miracle berries before. Where can I get the seeds or maybe even a plant. I am interested in growing them in own garden.

    Can you tell me more about this fruit and how it tastes like ?

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  15. I never thought that these types of plants could actually grow around Malaysia. Thank you for the knowledge. I was thinking of creating my own little garden as a past time and I think your blog can help me so much. I don't have a big landscape but I think i would like to start with pot plants.

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  16. Hello:) we call this plant here in the Philippines the "magic fruit". I once sampled a berry and after eating the pulp (tip:the slimy part around the seed has the magic substance according to my professor) and then I placed the calamasi (Philippine lemon) in a spoon then drink it. Wow, the sour juice taste very sweet! I was amazed! I think, this fruit will be a big help to diabetic people (just an opinion) in drinking sugarless coffee :)

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  17. Thanks everyone......................... miracle berries will sweeten mouth and tongue for hours, so it will help diabetics to enjoy food and life. That's the most important benefit of miracle berries.

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  18. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this topic to be actually something which I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complex and extremely broad for me.

    I'm looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!



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  23. Why are these berries called miracle berries? What special properties do they have? Are they related to Goji berries by any chance?

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    1. they are related to Goji berries I think.... its called miracle berries because soon after you eat them, your mouth taste sweet for half a day, you can eat the sour fruits, and yet they taste sweet...... so in away it helps diabetics, they will feel the sweetness of life, as they refrain themselves over sugar intake.....

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  24. Hi, lovely post and blog!
    Seems like a wonderful plant to have for my diabetic grandma. Where can I get the miracle berry seeding in Malaysia?
    Thanks in advance!

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    1. Some, out of town nurseries do keep stock of miracle berry plant. Keep trying....

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    2. you can buy this miracle berry from a nursery at Sungai Buloh. I bought it at RM12 per polybeg during my visit to Sungai Buloh Nurseries.

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    3. Which nursery did you go to..?

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  25. i heard about that one, but never saw it in croatia... wonder if it would survive at my garden? by the way, im so glad i found your blog... and you r going to my fav list :) since im new one in blogging world, come visit me sometimes..

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