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Re: What's Blooming, Lychee

You will probably find fresh ones in Asian grocery stores in late spring, early summer. You can find canned ones in the Chinese food sections of most grocery stores. All of the Chinese buffet diners I know of have canned ones on the dessert table, often mixed with chunks of pineapple.

I think the tree would make a very interesting bonsai, but I doubt it would fruit. I'll ask the rare fruit list if anyone growing it indoors in a pot has had it fruit and report back.

On Thursday, February 5, 2004, at 04:45 AM, Melody wrote:

I don't even think this fruit is sold here where I live...this list is
the only place I've ever even heard of it. Sounds good though! I don't
suppose it's possible to grow one of these indoors, is it?

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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