What's Looking Good in November 2022

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  1. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Cayu— those are great looking carrots. I have grown some that looked similar. They were called “Amsterdamse Bak”. Do you know the name of these beauties?
     
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    @Cayuga Morning - well done on the carrots! I'm curious if you have ever left them in the ground over winter?
     
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    The first of the Schlumbergeras to bloom.

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    They spent the summer on a bench under a big fir tree. Minimal attention. It's surprising they survive. I brought them inside a few weeks ago.

    These were cuttings taken from older plants that grew too large. They needed two or three years to reach this size,
     
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  4. Daniel W

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    You grow nice carrots @Cayuga Morning! I still have not learned how to grow carrots so nicely. This year I bought seeds for Scarlet Nantes. Maybe they will grow better:stew1:
     
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  5. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Mel, I have never left them in the ground over winter. I just eat them up, like the pastinak.
     
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  6. Zigs

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    Thanks @Zigs! Than means a lot!

    Also, nice carrot bouquet!

    Pastinak is parsnip. I think. My German is very rusty.
     
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    Looking forward to that photo!
     
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    Run out of carrots, will this do? :D

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    Someone is still out foraging in November :)

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  12. Daniel W

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  13. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Zigs those are cute!
     
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    Yes we get those when it's a bit milder.
     
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    Found one of Tetter's roses out today :setf_006:

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