seed pods of miniature succulent ‘baby Sun rose’ photo a daycolors and letters
it’s interesting how some violas change color on petals with new blooming viola seed, self-seeding plants, easy to grow and bees love them sweet – smelling, cheerful faces, colors for all seasons, easy to grow, especially for balcony garden, and violas are very photogenic 🙂 On the Hunt for Joy Challenge: Week 17 – Start a Garden FOTD photo a day colors and letters
Viola seed pod almost ready to burst open, viola seed pod split open, viola bud. Viola is lovely, self seeds flower and happily survive winter. October photo a day challenge: Green – orange – yellow
Flower seeds, violas, snapdragons, marigolds, dandelions. Strawberry have seeds on the outside, each seed is technically a separate fruit that has a seed inside of it. Paprika flakes with seeds, mix peppers and poppy seeds. Apple seeds For Travel theme: Seeds
growing flowers from seeds and cuttings 🙂 Travel theme: Grow
Each pod contains seeds densely arranged in 3 rows. Store them in a paper bag or envelope in a cool dry place. Violas flowers – a self-seeding flowers, the pods are often explosive and scatter the seeds widely. Violas are easy to start from seed. Sprinkle 2-3 seeds in each pot and cover lightly with soil and water well.
Dried Snapdragon Color Your World – Goldenrod and Flower of the Day
Marigolds are beautiful, strong smelling herbaceous flowers in the sunflower family. marigold flower seeds Collect the dried marigold flowers, carefully open the marigold seed pods, separate seeds and spread them on the paper towel. Put the seeds in a paper envelope and store them in a cool, dark place. Sometimes, beyond the laws of biology, the act of gardening or growing flowers is an art form. You may also like Dried Snapdragons
Dried Snapdragon seed pods Snapdragon transformation Snapdragons make cute flowers, but when the seed pods dry, they look like tiny skulls 🙂 Also known as the dragon flower, its common name derives from the resemblance of the flower to a dragon’s head. Harvest a few of those odd-looking seedpods and you can save snapdragon seeds for planting next spring. Put the seeds in a paper envelope and store them in a cool, dark place. Dried Snapdragons, You may also like Dried Marigolds Transformation
I’m trying to grow a bonsai from mandarin seeds. — NewLeaf thank you for your interest in my work.