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photoblog image Blooms in the Vegetable Garden #1

Blooms in the Vegetable Garden #1

I quite like to let some of the vegetables flower and seed.

 

Here is Thai Basel and Coreander.

Blooms in the Vegetable Garden #1

I quite like to let some of the vegetables flower and seed.

 

Here is Thai Basel and Coreander.

comments (13)

Jolies fleurs, j'aime les couleurs de la première.
Ray: Le potager offre de nombreux délices, Martine.
they look very good in the panoramic crop, Ray.
Ray: I am pleased you like the format, Ayush.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 22 Oct 2019, 02:09
The shallow depth of focus makes these flowers really pop! Beautiful.
Ray: I am delighted you thing that way, Bonnie.
They are quite beautiful!
Ray: I think so, Elizabeth.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 22 Oct 2019, 06:01
Delightful, Ray - they give pleasure to the eye, and before this to the palate
Ray: You are right, Lisl. Veggie gardens are so rewarding.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 22 Oct 2019, 07:28
Its definitely worth letting the odd one produce flowers, of which these are a delight to look at
Ray: Yes, and soon there with be fresh seeds that can be used to create the new season of crop.
  • Alan
  • Europe
  • 22 Oct 2019, 07:28
Oh lovely. I'd never know that there were just grown for their beauty rather than for their edible properties. Love the colours.
Ray: They are certainly things of beauty, Alan.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 22 Oct 2019, 07:29
You are fortunate to be able to grow delicious herbs Ray.
Ray: They grow so easily here, Chad.
We use basil a lot. Apparently it is a good source of Vitamin K
Ray: We always have a lot in the garden, Bill, as it is used as a vegetable rather than a herb.
Lovely shots, Ray.
Ray: Thank you, Tom.
Surprisingly such plants very often have quite nice flowers.
Ray: Yes, this is true, Brian.
it is wonderful to see what the flowers are like on a spice that use so often Ray....petersmile
Ray: Yes...I agree, Peter.
They are both familiar to me. Basil blackens at even the voice of someone saying frost. The coriander or cilantro has naturalized in my garden and I am still picking it.
Ray: Great! Does "naturalized" mean the same as "grown wild", Mary?

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