Hope you all have a happy Halloween tomorrow!
Here’s the description of Musquee de Maroc from http://www.rareseeds.com:
(C. moschata) 90 days. This variety was a big hit at our 2014 Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, California… taking first prize. The stunning, round to bell-shaped fruits are terra-cotta to buff-colored, and warted very attractively. You’ll want to use this one in centerpieces and displays before you consign it to the kitchen! A commercial variety in north Africa. (source)
Thanks for visiting! Happy fall!
Ok so I’m pretty sure this was the first actual tailgate I’ve ever attended. I wasn’t totally antisocial in high school but football games weren’t exactly my scene. My attendance at pep rallies and the like was usually an exhausting exercise of peevish skepticism. I guess I was too cynical or too cool for school or something. But as it turns out, this whole football thing; parades and tailgates and knights on horseback; is totally entertaining and fun when you’re not so busy rolling your eyes! While I still have a few years (3!) to vicariously relive the easy breezy, conventional version of high school through our progeny, thus far, I am enjoying it!
Of course there are still limits to my abilities to socialize, and so, back to the garden:
Our next door neighbor’s had some visitors this weekend…
Hope you all had a nice weekend! Thanks for visiting!