Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Love fruit

It took three years for Japanese farmer Hiroichi Kimura and his wife to cultivate heart-shaped watermelons. This year, they shipped 20 of the fruits, which "symbolize their passion for farming and their affection for each other." They sell for 15,750 yen (£100) apiece! A store in Fukuoka is selling heart-shaped watermelons:

There are also these super kawaii tangerines which are apparently a super sweet variety of the fruit:
They would be a fabulous valentines gift for those with a big budget but seeing as this story broke in May 2009 Im not sure the availability of this fruit this early in the year, here hoping eh? ^_^

And for those with no budget here are some more home made treats, DH better grab them before they all go
*om nom!* : D

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