- The message ... Hi Geir Difficult to be sure but I think probably not. I Googled them butMessage 1 of 5 , Oct 8, 2008View SourceThe message <4d7faa5f0810081237v4ab0fd16pf03f82cee38ade5a@...>
from "Geir_Flatab�" <geirf@...> contains these words:
> WIld growing plums in Istria ,Hi Geir
> could it be
> Prunus brigantina or perhaps rather
> Prunus cocomilia !???
> any seeds available ??
> Geir Flatab�
Difficult to be sure but I think probably not. I Googled them but
couldn't find any pictures. These seem too small at around 12-15mm long.
They definitely don't resemble small apricots, with or without fuzz!
I was a bit alarmed at the cyanide angle! People here were eating them
readily. You can apparently use them for jam and flavouring rakija.
- The fruit you describe might be from Ziziphus spina-christiMessage 2 of 5 , Oct 10, 2008View SourceThe fruit you describe might be from Ziziphus spina-christi
- The message ... You might be right! Fascinating! I googled it and came up with all sorts of information. I mMessage 3 of 5 , Oct 10, 2008View SourceThe message <401636.85357.qm@...>
from Erez Gur <erez_00@...> contains these words:
> The fruit you describe might be from Ziziphus spina-christiYou might be right! Fascinating! I googled it and came up with all
sorts of information. I'm going to find one growing and cross check it
Incidentally, one lead I followed came up with
I hadn't heard of these people before. They have interesting lists.