Black diamond Apple

Apples come in different varieties, shapes, and sizes. It’s been noted that there are a whopping 7,500 different varieties of apple grown across the globe. Some are yellow, pink, or green, but have you heard of Black Apple. Here’s one of the rarest fruit in the world.

The “Black Diamond is a rare apple with a Jet black hue, a taste sweeter than honey and crispness unmatched by any other apple. From outside they almost look like candle wax and are as beautiful as a Diamond. This is how they got their name.

These rare apples are a breed of Hua Niu apples (also known as Chinese Red Delicious) that get their unique dark purple color from the geographical conditions of Nyingchi, in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.

Unfortunately, Black Diamond apples are not easy to grow. Because they are cultivated under such harsh and diverse conditions, they take much longer to grow than the average apple. Black Diamond apple has so far only been grown around 3,100 meters above sea level in Nyingchi, Tibet.

Remember there are 7,500 different varieties of Apple. The more we think we know the lesser we knew.

A Wise man once said, “The more we learn about the Universe, the more questions arise.”

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  1. “The more we learn about the Universe, the more questions arise.” yes but that’s what makes science exciting.

    Wow. Black apple! 😲 so beautiful. Got to remember and ask for it next time I pass China. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. That’s so kind.. I feel grateful.
      These are found in the regions of Tibet..
      Growing these apples are quite expensive that even farmers are less interested at high altitude..

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  3. Omg, 7,500 different apples! Nature is mystery and I sure haven’t even seen half of it. Thank you for sharing. This is amazing 😊

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  4. I love your posts for the reason that I always get to know something I haven’t seen or heard before .You must be very interested in nature and its resources.Thank you for all these posts.Very informative and tasty too😄

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    1. This comment made my day Yasmin.. .I am so grateful to receive such comments..
      Yes Nature has always been kind to me. I believe the health and lives we live peacefully is because of the natural resources we utilize..
      Thank you so much..

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      1. That’s more yar… I don’t have much knowledge.. it’s just that whatever I learn I share it…
        I wonder if WordPress wasn’t there I wouldn’t have known and shared these…..

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