There is no such thing as a lychee dragon.
The origin of the word 'lychee' is Chinese.
Lychee fruit, also called lychee nuts, are not poisonous. The seed of the lychee is not poisonous, but it is not recommended that it be eaten.
That is the correct spelling of the "lychee" (soapberry, Litchi chinensis, whose dried fruits are often called lychee nuts).
Lychee is the correct spelling.A lychee is a tropical and subtropical fruit which is native to the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of China.
it is called a lecuu
about 6 calories per lychee fruit
6 calories per lychee, 2 g carbs
lychee comes from south chiner and mauitiuas and other places in the southen
The scientific name of a lychee islitchi chinensis, a member of the order Sapindales.
anyone who has seen a lychee would say it looks like a pale scrotum...
ITS TYPE OF FRUIT
In Kannada, we would say Yeluvaada-Mullumullada Ondu Bhageya Hannu.
Lychee comes from the 16th century Cantonese dialect of Chinese. It was originally lìzhī.
Yes they do
this is type furits
summer and spring