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TexasGardenGirl
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Blossoms?

Are these the start of blossoms on my sweet 100? The plant isn't very big at all and since it's an indeterminate I figured it'd take much longer before I saw anything from it. I think this is the sweet 100 anyway. This is a pretty close up photo. The actual buds are much smaller in person.
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Re: Blossoms?

Yup, indeed! It is getting ready to flower! :)
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TexasGardenGirl
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Re: Blossoms?

rainbowgardener wrote:Yup, indeed! It is getting ready to flower! :)
Wow! I'm going to have to go look at my other plants to see if there's any others with buds awaiting! I have definite action on my black prince but wasn't expecting anything on any of my others because how rainy and cool it's been. Staying above 50 at night but days have just been so cloudy until the last two days. I mean a solid week of clouds and off and on rain. Now if only the blossoms on my zucchini would be male and female at the same time and my dog would stop eating the darn leaves off of the plants! Thought it was a squirrel til I saw my dog take a bite out of a leaf!

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