when I was taking the photos of those “unknown” blossoms in my previous posts, this old lady came up and told me that it was a Hime-ringo tree.
they are very small kind of apples. What’s its English name? It is a little bigger than cherry tomatoes:)
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- ellizoidsmoood said: This is an amazing capture Kumako :) Right on the tip of the moment!
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- winchesterfamilyvalues said: Hime-ringo apples, I think, are called Lady Apples in english. They were used in ancient rome by rich ladies as a way to clean teeth quickly and freshen their breath.
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- jeppe1 said: it could be an European Wild Apple (lat. Malus sylvestris). You can make nice yelly from them and serve to a steak…
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- fragg said: I think we call them “Crab Apples.” That is, if they’re not all that sweet, and usually ripe very early in late summer.
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