GROWING GILLS ONE RAINY DAY AFTER ANOTHER
They are simply beautiful...And such lovely photos, of them.Hugs and magic,Tessa
They are beautiful my friend.Hugs,Meredith
The hops are very pretty and surprisingly colorful. I hope you're having a good week so far, Ellen.
A young friend of mine who lives in Sonoma, CA is growing hops. I had no idea they look like this, though. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos, Ellen. Wishing you a happy week. xx
HOps are beautiful - I love the leaves too. So decorative.
Thanks for the lovely picture of the hops. I have heard of them but never seen any. I also loved the picture and your write-up about the crookneck squash.
I agree, hops can be really pretty. There are wild hops growing in the hedgerows along the lane and I often add a few to autumn flower arrangements, the constituent parts of which are also mostly foraged for.
They're lovely! Did you make a hop pillow for yourself? (Do they really work?)I hope you're having a glorious October weekend, Ellen. :)
Wow, those look really pretty in a bowl!! Your leaves are also amazing.. you found a wonderful collection of them.. I love the Gingko leaf. We are not having a problem with fruit flies.. and we always have a bowl of fruit in the kitchen for the boys.. sorry you're having them! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
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