Here are a few more of the flower pictures from this weekend:
Red Elderberry (with peach in the background)
Big Leaf Maple
Comfrey ( Symphytum officinale)
You got it applestar. I'll let it stay there, the bees sure like it. There is another one at the back of the bed where I have cucumbers planted. It self sows quite well.applestar wrote:Is it borage?
^^^^^^^It self sows quite well
https://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/CEPublications/ ... FS097E.pdfHarvest and Storage
Dry onions grown from sets take three to four months
to complete their growth. You will know theyâ€™re ready
to harvest when most of the necks and tops have fallen
over. Once this happens, the onions will not get any larger
and should be pulled and allowed to dry in a shaded area
with good air circulation. After the outer skin becomes dry
and crispy, they can be stored in mesh bags in a cool, dry
location. This should only take a few days if the weather is
warm and dry. Sweet onions do not store well, but yellow
onions, followed by red and white types, are best for storage.
Never try to encourage bulbing by knocking over the tops
of onions yourself. This wonâ€™t stimulate bulb development
or growth and can bruise the neck and lead to rot.