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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Seedless Lanzones

Davao City, Kidapawan City, langsat, Photography, seedless lanzones, travel and destinations, nikon d40x, philippines Photoviewpoint: Seedless Lanzones

Langsat—Lansium domesticum—also known as lansa, langseh, langsep, lanzon, lanzone, lansone, kokosan.

It originated in western Malaysia.

This variety of langsat is seedless and look...!
Davao City, Kidapawan City, langsat, Photography, seedless lanzones, travel and destinations, nikon d40x, philippinesJust arm's reach
Davao City, Kidapawan City, langsat, Photography, seedless lanzones, travel and destinations, nikon d40x, philippines In the Philippines, especially in some parts of Mindanao, like the cities of Davao and Kidapawan, Langsat or lanzones cost: PHP30-40/kilo during off season and less than PHP 30/kilo on peak season.

But if you want to eat free and teeming with lanzones (and other fruits like Durian), visit Kidapawan City during its annual Fruit Festival (August or September).

Photographed by: janejane, xtian
Camera: Nikon D40X

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Travel and Destinations (Davao, City)

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12 comments:

yay, u surely got me drooling!

in camiguin, during lanzones fest, they're flooding in the streets, too. lol

@rarejonrez--Wow! I've never been to Camiguin...not yet. :)

wow, i miss lanzones so much :(

They look interesting! What do Lanzones taste like? I really think this is the first time I have ever heard of them.

Very nice blog!
~K

You are killing me!!!! This is the only fruit that is not found here in the US, fresh (although there are rumors that sometimes they are found in Vietnamese stores - may nakita nga ako doon, pero frozen). Man ... I could just taste it on my tongue.

@k.fields-- Lanzones are sweet and juicy. You should visit Philippines to have a taste of lanzones and other fruits as well.
@fly high-- Hmm, do they have rambutan in the US? I'm sure you've missed a lot here in the Philippines. :)

I love lanzones but I've never seen lanzones tree in Davao. Ganito pala ang puno nito, hehee...

Yay! That's a lot and yummy! I never get to eat that fruit when i was there. Can you give me some? lols!

hi..I'm just wondering.. You mentioned that the fruit was seedless.. is that a natural fruit bearing or did you apply some sort of hormones? please, can you give me a hand with my Research study? thanks.

Where can I get a seedless Lanzones? My friend told me if I can find her a seedless Lanzones she will sleep with me. Help me get laid, please..

Hello Anonymous,

There are many places in the Philippines where you can purchase seedless lanzones. But there are dozens of them in Mindanao.

Ty.

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