I've always imagined paradise as something like a library. -- Geraldine Brooks in March.
Wow, that's so interesting. I've never thought about them other than how tastly they are. I think I like the second to the last pic best. Happy Retirement!
Oh my! Very educational. I would never have known that had you not posted it!
Great series. I found a small artichoke blossom, yesterday, in a sycamore grove. Happy Retirement. I've been retired for 12 years, and love it. I did miss the people contact, so I work at B&N 2-3 days, mainly for the books.
This is great! I never knew they went through all this. Fun series! :)
Like everyone else I never knew the stages they went through. Great shots
Love your photos! I liked the 3rd one most! :)
Wow, I never would have thought of doing a life cycle. I'm glad that we harvest these yummy things at stage 2. Great shots!
Hi! One of those unexpected complete cycles..thanks for sharing your photographs are excellent! :)
Retirement! Way to go! Congrats! You live in such a beautiful area! My brother lives at Monmouth..I really love Oregon. I have not been to visit for a couple of years..but love the Columbia river, all the waterfalls and the grapes and the Pacific Ocean, and Mt Hood. How tall your trees are and my very favotite all the Hydrangeas in all colors. Nice to meet you!
These are such neat shots! Beautiful! :-)
I love this! I desperately want to grow my own artichokes.
nice. a great photo essay
Happy WW! Great photos...I invite your blog readers to see America's First Family!YES WE CAN!Villager
interesting photos.Here's my entry. Thanks!
Thats so cool!Love them... I visit Castroville, Ca occasionally...Its the Artichoke capitol of the world!
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