Today, it's flowering kale :).
Still nice and tender - mostly, the Italian kale but the Scotch is bolting, also. Not many of the Italian made it thru the mild winter altho, it did better than the Portuguese in modest hardiness.
@Gardening with Rabbits , bugs love radish in my garden. So nice...
Saisai leaf radish. They are very, very mild. After the disastrous trial last year when they bolted too early to seed (as soon as outdoor weather warmed), I decided to try them in in the hoop house. There are few of them because there wasn't much seed left of this hybrid daikon radish.
Three vegetables are on my planting list for early summer and to follow the harvests of the earliest crops:
For a fall harvest of fast growing vegetables there are snow peas and bok choy but they need the cool weather. All of these will have seasonably cool...
No falcon has been found that was older than 20 years. That would mean that they are all Millenium Falcons.
On a related note, I was recently reading about GenX parents trying to explain technology from the 1980-90's to their teens and young adult children. I realized that much of what they...
She: (passing a garden) If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
(3 gardeners in garden) Gardener 1: The iris clash with the roses!
Gardener 2: Peonies here? What was I thinking?!
Gardener 3: No, not aphids already!
He: Psycho gardening disorder.
"It's been a success."
I grew them from seed one year. Planet Natural has/had Camassia seed.
Despite growing in the wild in some locations around here, they only showed up with their very pretty flowers for a few seasons.
Here's something @Collector might enjoy on his special day or the day after.
I smiled and laughed ... but, watching it twice isn't recommended for either one of us :D! Turn the screen away from the olde you (& towards the younger you) ... on the second go-around.