First ripe tomatoes!
applestar wrote:First ripe tomatoes!
applestar wrote:I was intrigued by these mega-blossoms -- (and of course HAD to include the one not mega with a metallic green bee working it)
bri80 wrote:applestar wrote:I was intrigued by these mega-blossoms -- (and of course HAD to include the one not mega with a metallic green bee working it)
I'm curious to see how any fruit that sets from that mega-blossom turn out! That's neat... I've had something similar happen and I got a giant, weirdly shaped fruit from it, but the blossom wasn't that large.
Family Halictidae—Sweat Bees
Green metallic bees [...] Species in the genera Augochlora and Augochlorella are entirely brilliant green.
Mustard 'Oka Hijiki' (Salsola Komarovi) Vegetable Plant Heirloom, 1.5g (~150) Seeds
http://www.theseedsmaster.com/index.php ... uct_id=865
Super nutritious, grass-like mustard green also known as 'seaweed on land'. 2in (5cm) long, deep green matchstick leaves are wonderul source of calcium, potassium and vit. A. Young leaves are tender, salty and tart with a succulent texture,
Growing: Prefers mild and cool temperatures. Pre-chill seeds for 7 days at 41F (5C) for better germination. Germination temp. 68-86F (20-30C) for 14 days