Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'OT (OFF Topic) Forums' started by Peter103, Oct 13, 2018.
Unable to post picture..
I planted this tree 6 years ago when it was a twig, i don't know what it is, only that it can live for 100 years and bear fruit.This is the first time it's fruited, What is it, and can the fruit be eaten without immediate death?
Looks like it could be a Bay Laurel
I wouldn’t eat the berry as I am not sure what it could do to you.
Leave that for the birds
It’s a strawberry tree - have no idea if the fruit is edible!
Irish Strawberry Tree or Arbutus Unedo. The fruit is edible, allegedly... Arbutus unedo - Wikipedia
Have you not got anything in the fridge to eat?
^ Three week old Tandoori Pizza
Well done Ron i think you're right, as well as a couple of others, I've read the Wikipedia post and it all seems to make sense. I may sample a red one, i did think they could be eaten but not sure. Thanks all.
Wi broon sauce ?
Is it a fruit or a pip full of seeds , cut it in half.
Ask Abs... He Da Man...
Dry some of it out and 'skin up' it could be a gold mine tree
My wife has eaten it but found the flavour rather unpleasant. For me, if something doesn't come from the supermarket, I'm not eating it!