|Wild (Chickasaw) Plum in Bloom as seen from the dinnign room window...|
I'm linking with Wordless Wednesday and Our Homeschool Reviews today.
Since 2002 we have enjoyed living on a small 4 acre patch in Central Florida. We have been blessed with good soil and a year-round growing season. Moving forward we will be focusing on planting a food forest following the permaculture principles which we are learning about lately (2016).
Bred for the hot desert of Israel, this robust, bolt-resistant variety stays sweet and crisp in hot weather. Holds up the best in summer heat of all varieties trialed in New Mexico research farm. Very large, medium green, dense 14-16" headsWe have several big ones in the garden looking like they are about to bolt...
|Lover of shawls volunteered to hold it (and wear it..) out in the yard this morning...|
|I love the contrasting stripes and lace|
|100% baby alpaca - super soft and warm!|
|A fun project to knit - details here.|
So, apparently the children of Israel really liked them and ate them during their captivity in Egypt.
|The "Andrea's Shawl"|