- n. Plural form of loquat.
“He has brought a flat crate of yellow apricot-like Japanese fruits called loquats.”
“I have ordered some fig-trees and loquats, too, from Sydney.”
“From olives, to citrus, to loquats, to persimmons, to your average garden fare, all find a home within our borders.”
“In the area around the house, the family grows shade coffee, corn, bananas, citrus fruits, nisperos (loquats), lemon grass, epazote, mint and other herbs, fruits and vegetables for their normal everyday use.”
“The rental house had lemons, oranges, tangelos, loquats, figs. My mother let me take the bedroom that faced the orchard.”
“I even found loquats and mulberries the other day in my hood in Sydney ok, admittedly a pretty green city yay! free food!”
“Loquats were forbidden to common people in China because of a legend about a carp swimming upstream who turned into a dragon by eating loquats.”
“Spring in Los Angeles announces itself with the arrival of loquats growing on trees all over the city.”
“Fruits were aphrodisiacs around the world, whether loquats in China, gumi fruits in Persia or pomegranates in Tunisia.”
“In my neighborhood you can have all the Meyer lemons, figs, plums and loquats you want, in their season, because their owners don't eat the fruit.”
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