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- Jun 26, 2021
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- Schleiden, Germany USDA 8a
Yes partially, but it can hold the purple color pretty well. Besides, they are sweeter, with a more delicate texture than the green ones. Since there are one or two female purple asparagus plants, and I didn't remove them, they will keep offering fresh seeds to grow. I guess, in the end, most of my asparagus will be purple.Your asparagus is beautiful! I love the purple asparagus. Does it turn green when cooked?
The quail are so cute. What a happy summer place for them. Do you have a male so the eggs will be fertile? I raised those once, long ago. They were very prolific, laid at 6 weeks old. Also ready to eat at 6 weeks. I broke the eggs into a measuring cup. 1/4 cup equaled 1 chicken egg. I made pickled quail eggs too. I incubated the eggs and raised up the chicks, so tiny! I love the colors of your quail.
I didn't have a male because I was a bit concerned about the space. Quails are such mini poo machines. Although the chicks are sooooo cute, I didn't surrender to that cuteness, YET.