fossil posted on 13-2-2007 05:37 PM

jenis2 pokok limau (photos)

mod, kalau dah ada topik ni, sila merge. :tq: kat umah fossil ada dua jenis je...limau nipis, dan limau purut yg baru nak tumbuh..;P ;P

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p131/umihakim/IMG_0386.jpg

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p131/umihakim/IMG_0385.jpg

[ Last edited by  fossil at 13-2-2007 05:38 PM ]

razifah posted on 13-2-2007 05:39 PM

errmmm...limau kasturi..limau sambal..limau bali..limau mandarin..limau gedang...;P
betullah fossil..banyak rupe nyer limau nie yer....

fossil posted on 13-2-2007 06:02 PM

kak iman ooo kak iman, tepeklah gambo pokok limau kat umah kak iman..:love: :love:

stripper_j posted on 13-2-2007 06:58 PM

aa nak CNY ni tentu berbondong 2 dapat limau Mandrain....

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:24 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/LimauPagar.jpg

KUMQUAT, LIMAU PAGAR

Limau Pagar belongs to a group of citrus called the Kumquat. It is also known as Citrus swinglei, but is now put into a separate genus Fortunella. Kumquat grows well in many tropical and subtropical areas. In Malaysia it is more abundant in Perak and Malacca. The fruits because of their beautiful bright rich yellow color are often grown for ornamental purpose in addition to serving as a drink and preserved fruits. Grown in a pot, the plant grows to about 1 meter but in the ground, it grows to 3-5 meters tall. Kumquats are slightly different from the citrus group, they are thorny but the leaves are long and narrow and do not possess the aromatic smell when crushed. The whitish flowers are scented, and they appear in a cluster of 1-5. The fruits are in the shape of marbles of about 2.5 cm in diameter. The texture of the skin is smooth, soft and shiny. It is green but turning yellow on ripening. Kumquat does well in this country but not widely grow. Its cultivations should be encouraged for its varied use. It can be grown from seeds or marcotting. Potted plants are also on sale in the nurseries.

p/s: Ifa merayau2 td n jumpe info nie...;P

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:25 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/Lemon.jpg

Lemon is found originally is Asia and introduced to other parts of the world. It grows to 3-4 meters tall. It is not as common as Limau Nipis or Kesturi , but occurs in different parts of the country. The fruits are green turning to yellow on ripening. They are longish, about 7.5-12.5 cm by 5-7.5cm, and may be pointed or blunt at the tip. Lemon fruit juice is refreshing and nutritious. The plant can be easily propagated by marcotting or from seeds.

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:26 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/LimauPurut.jpg

Limau Purut has outstanding characters which differ from the general group of oranges and lemons. It is small tree 3-5 meters tall. The fruit is pear-shaped, about 10 cm by 5-7.5cm, dark green turning yellow on ripening, and very wrinkled and rough. The fruit is not eaten as a fresh dessert fruit as juice is lacking. It is mainly used as a flavouring in food. It may also be used as a hair shampoo. The leave, about 7.5-10 cm long, are used as a spice in curries. Limau Purut can be planted in big pot as an ornamental. It is propagated from seeds or marcots.

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:26 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/LimauKesturi1.jpg

MUSK LIME, LIMAU KESTURI

This is a common plant in the home garden, either as a potted plant or planted in the garden. It grows to about 3-4 meter tall. The fruits are very small compared to other citrus. It is roundish with a smooth, shiny, thin skin. The skin is often made rough and warty by insect damage. Immature fruits are green but turn yellow or orangy when ripe. Inside each fruit are 6-8 segments which often contain seeds. They are very juicy but sour, hence not eaten as dessert but rather as a refreshing fruit juice. They are also commonly pickled with salt, and can also be preserved with sugar as dried fruits. The plants fruits all the year round and can be easily propagated by marcotting as well as from seeds.

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:27 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/LimauBetawi.jpg

POMELO, LIMAU BETAWI

Pomelo is the biggest of all citrus fruits; each fruit weighing from 0.5-1.4 kg. It is cultivated all over Malaysia and fruits all the year round. Pomelo trees are evergreen and grow to a height of 10 meters. The fruit is round with flattened tip. Its size varies from 12.5 to 25 cm across. The rough outer skin is light green to yellowish in colour while the inner skin is white to pinkish and spongy. The thickness of the skin varies from 0.6 to 2.5 cm. The edible part of the fruit is made up of 10-15 segments. It is juicy but may be sweet or sour. Two main forms with pale cream or pinkish colour are found. The seeds are about 1.2 cm long. Pomelo is a popular fruit, appearing specially at Chinese festive seasons. It can be propagated by seeds, marcotting or grafting. The Tambun fruits from Perak are famous throughout Malaysia.

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:29 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/JaffaOrange.jpg

SWEET ORANGE, JAFFA ORANGE

The sweet orange is the type normally imported from western countries in the temperate zones, hence it is grown and doing well in the Cameron Highlands where the temperature is more favorable then the lowlands. It differs from the other local sweet oranges in that the skin does not peel off easily like the mandarin or the local sweet orange. Another characteristic is the vertical streaks on the skin of the fruit. The sweet orange plant is a woody shrub which grows to a height of about 5 meters. The leaf measure about 10-12.5 cm by 2.5-3.75 cm. The top surface is dark green and the bottom paler green. There is no distinct wing on the petiole. It is oblong in shape, tapering at both ends but the tip is not pointed while the margins are slightly indented. The fruit is round, measuring about 10 cm in diameter. It is green when young, turning to yellowish green and finally orange in color. The skin is fairly rough but quite thin, about 25-30 mm, enclosing about 12 segments which are seeded. The flesh varies from yellow to orange in color. It is very juicy and sweet and not fibrous. The cultivation of this species should be encouraged, as it is doing very well in the highlands. It can be easily propagated from seeds or by marcotting

p/s: ifa paling suke limau nie...kalau pi cameron mesti beli. tapi dia ade masa oktober hingga nov ajer...:P

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:29 AM

http://www.malaysia.or.kr/national/images/LimauManisSO.jpg

SWEET ORANGE, LIMAU MANIS

Orange here, in general, do not grow as well as those of the temperate zones. They are very variable in quality. Limau Manis is greenish to yellow in colour, and does not resemble the true oranges. It is not commonly grown except in some localized areas like Perak. The fruits are rounded in shape, growing to 5-10 cm in diameter. The skin is shiny and green or greenish yellow, and it can be peeled off easily. Each fruit has 10-15 segments. The flesh is yellow to orangy, very juicy, and tastes sourish to sweet. Each segment may contain one or several seeds. This variety of oranges is of limited use, mainly as a dessert fruit. It fruit all the year round and can be propagated easily by marcotting or sometimes from seeds.

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 09:30 AM

umah ifa cume ade pokok limau purut jer.....;P  petang semalam dah tinjau2 juga kalau2 nak amek pic n tepek di sini :$

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 01:07 PM

http://planet.time.net.my/KLCC/afkar/img/limaunipis.jpg

Limau nipis baik untuk kulit, rambut dan tubuh

Limau nipis bukan sekadar enak untuk dijadikan hidangan minuman tapi juga punya banyak kegunaan dalam masakan. Kebaikan limau nipis bagaimanapun telah dikenal pasti bukan hanya untuk dua perkara ini saja malah turut berguna untuk kesihatan kulit, kebersihan rambut dan juga kelansingan badan.

•• Limau nipis dapat memutihkan dan menghaluskan kulit. Caranya dengan mengoles potongan limau nipis pada wajah dan kulit dibahagian tubuh lainnya.
•• Buah ini juga mengecilkan pori - pori dan menghilangkan lebihan lemak pada kulit berminyak. Caranya dengan mengambil isi limau nipis, dan sapukan pada kulit wajah. Biasanya di sekitar hidung dan pipi yang pori - porinya kelihatan besar.
••Bagi masalah rambut, limau nipis ini dapat menghilangkan kelemumur. Caranya sebelum bersyampu gosokan potongan limau nipis pada bahagian yang berkelumumur. Biarkan selama 20 minit, setelah itu barulah cuci rambut. Lakukan tiga hingga empat kali, dan kelemumur pun akan hilang.
••Bagi anda yang ingin sentiasa ramping, mulai sekarang setiap pagi, siang dan malam minum perahan air limau nipis dengan campuran air dan sedikit gula. Selain itu, ia juga mencegah anda dari diserang batuk

p/s: nak cubalah malam nie :lol:

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 01:11 PM

http://foto.bernama.com/foto/Photo/limau.jpg

tak tahan tgk gambau nie...meleleh air liur :P

haniman posted on 14-2-2007 01:36 PM

Originally posted by razifah at 14-2-2007 01:11 PM
http://foto.bernama.com/foto/Photo/limau.jpg

tak tahan tgk gambau nie...meleleh air liur :P

Ifa, ini limau madu agaknya kan.  Sedap limau ni

razifah posted on 14-2-2007 01:42 PM

Reply #15 haniman's post

tu lah kak...org perempuan pantang benda2 masam manis nie kan?;P

razifah posted on 15-2-2007 03:47 PM

Reply #1 fossil's post

mana tuan rumah menghilang:P ...lama tak nampak fossil :D

fossil posted on 15-2-2007 04:50 PM

Originally posted by razifah at 15-2-2007 03:47 PM
mana tuan rumah menghilang:P ...lama tak nampak fossil :D


ada ni ifa....bz sket 2day tak sempat nak berporum..:lol: :lol:

razifah posted on 15-2-2007 04:54 PM

Originally posted by fossil at 15-2-2007 04:50 PM



ada ni ifa....bz sket 2day tak sempat nak berporum..:lol: :lol:

Okies...nanti porum semula pasal limau nie yek...:$

ilahairi posted on 15-2-2007 05:16 PM

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p159/ilahairi/Limaupurut.jpg

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p159/ilahairi/Limaupurut2.jpg

Limau purut ni ayah iLa tanam dalam pasu... buahnye tengah menjadi...seronoknye...

razifah posted on 15-2-2007 05:48 PM

Reply #20 ilahairi's post

Besar jugak limau yg ayah ila tanam nie :loveliness:

ilahairi posted on 16-2-2007 06:42 PM

nak kata besar sgt tu tak lah besar sgt tp pasu nye besar gak lah..;P ... nanti iLa ambil gambat 1 pokok ya...

razifah posted on 16-2-2007 06:43 PM

Reply #22 ilahairi's post

Limau nie bagus utk mengatasi bau badan tau ;P

ilahairi posted on 16-2-2007 06:47 PM

betul tu.:setuju: .. ada kawan iLa sorg tu siap makan sekali kulitnye..
iLa sikit2 leh lah makan kulitnye tu klu banyak pedar rasanya

razifah posted on 23-2-2007 09:37 AM

Reply #24 ilahairi's post

betul tue ila...member ifa yg bgtahu..masa tue ifa pelik tgk dia makan kulit limau...;P
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