Six on Saturday: tiny fruit

21 thoughts on “Six on Saturday: tiny fruit”

    1. This time last year was so warm that I sowed all my seeds thinking the same would happen this year. I guess I still get a head-start even if I have to wait for the snow to finish to plant them

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      1. No, I get very frustrated with small flowers and buds. And I want a nice blurred out background, which you don’t get with an iPhone. I think the iPhone X is better, but I will have to wait some time for one of those!!

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  1. If you’re doomed to be an indoor farmer, you’ll have to get an indoor bee hive to help you out – yikes! Your photos are absolutely top notch. I loved all of them, but the best of the lot for me, was the translucent pea. What is the last photo of?

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      1. Wow, that’s ambitious, taking on sweet potatoes in this climate. Based on your current successes, no doubt we’ll see a fine crop from you later on this year.

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      2. Well, I guess that’s why I call it an experiment – My back garden is a heat trap hopefully will work to my advantage and give a couple of sweet potatoes

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    1. hmm kind of embarrassing – its just plain white lime flower – the sunlamp has UV in it that the camera phone picks up. Also make me look like I paint all my office walls lilac.

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    1. I hope so – I had a whole bunch of stuff hardening up but brought it back inside as I didn’t want to risk losing it. So I will start that again when the snow stops and cross my fingers this is the last cold snow snap for London.

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      1. Inner London frost is rare (first half March) but the sun in my yard is blocked by a building until mid March so I have to wait until then for full sun

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