Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Kiwi


A niche product in South Tyrol


7 comments:

Sharon said...

I never would have guessed. I think of Kiwis as being more tropical.

alp said...

muy buena imagen. Un saludo desde Murcia.

Lowell said...

I think we grow kiwis in south Florida, but I've never eaten one whole. I've had slices of them in fruit salads and thought they are very good. In this photo they look like fuzzy little balls to hang on a Christmas tree! :-)

Jack said...

Kiwis in the south Tyrol? How unexpected.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I just had one tonight Karl.. They're right in season here now..I like your bunch of kiwis..

Andrew Debia said...

here in South Tyrol is a very common fruit, is also cultivated, but with the first day the temperature drops below freezing,fall all the leaves and you have to collect the kiwi, otherwise you have to throw.This year I have collected the 15 October.

Gunn said...

That we will not find in Norway.......
Plenty of C-vitamins!:)

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