Piña Colada Coming Right Up!

Garden Photography: July – The Edible Garden

I love the flavour of coconut – in cakes and cookies, macaroons and muffins and cool refreshing drinks.

This palm tree, laden with coconuts, leans out over the beach at Port Douglas in far north Queensland. If only I could grow one in my backyard!


Visit Jude to see more enticing edible gardens.


34 thoughts on “Piña Colada Coming Right Up!

  1. I’m not a huge fan of coconut, although I don’t mind it as much now as I did as a kid when I loathed the desiccated stuff. But I do like fresh coconut, I use coconut milk in a chicken korma dish and I LOVE a piña colada 🙂 Nice photo ET (I also love Port Douglas…)

  2. I love coconut, in fact I’ve just baked a batch of coconut biscuits!
    Love Port Douglas too, hubby’s enroute back from the top end as I type this. 🙂

  3. Like Jude, I’m not a big fan of coconut, but thanks for reminding me of a piña colada! That’s one drink I haven’t had in ages, and I do like coconut in that. I also like the smell of coconut oil. Your photo is wonderfully enticing. 🙂

  4. I’ve always wanted a coconut tree but my father-in-law won’t let me plant any on the farm. He says the coconuts drop off and hit people on the head (he’s such a kill joy) 😀

  5. On Bali, I have a guy who brings me a fresh coconut each morning…I love to drink the juice! I put the coconut in the fridge to get it cold. I need one now!

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