Being poor in his childhood, Kuo Kuo-Liang has a unique affection with the land and grow fruits and vegetables “almost without failure.” The farm is most famous for its four kinds of passion fruits. He develops a new kind of planting method by cutting off the second half of the indigenous branch and planting it with the mature branch. That side would start sprouting and yielding fruit. These passion fruit trees are like bouquets with branches interlocking with one another, producing an abundance of fruit. This way, the farmer can harvest rapidly, saving at least six months of time. One tree yields about 700 pieces of fruit a year. The whole farm harvests 5,000 kilograms a year. The vines of the passion fruit trees have become beautiful scenery on the balcony in their own right.
The one acre of chayote vines is the largest in Northern Taiwan. Initially, Kuo Kuo-Liang visited Hualien to learn from them. Generally, chayote vines are grown in frames. He creates a way to grow papayas to build shades for the vegetables. The area of papayas has expanded with the vegetable farm. They can be picked, eaten directly, or added as ingredients to other dishes. The farm teaches tourists how to make papaya salad. Visitors can also adopt a papaya tree at the farm for NT$1200/tree. It yields hundreds of papayas yearly. They are welcomed to visit their papaya trees anytime to observe them from blooming to yielding fruit.