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Rob starts with ...
I have a tamarillo growing beautifully in my garden in South Gippsland (Vic). It bears fruit prolifically but the seeds are extremely hard, I mean teeth shatteringly hard. Is there a reason for this? Would love to know. Cheers, Rob.
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21st February 2017 10:40pm
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Linda says...
I'm not sure, but may be the variety... I have a yellow tamarillo I just eat it when very soft and so ripe - I don't have any at the moment so I can't check about the seeds but I can't say I particularly remember them being hard......
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Rob23 says...
Thanks Linda, maybe I'm being fussy, but I think you'd remember if the seeds were this hard. I still enjoy them anyway! Thanks for your reply. Rob23.
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