Trivium Pursuit

Does anyone know what I’m talking about here…

My family (not me, though) loves to see this

because it means no more of this….

13 Responses to “Does anyone know what I’m talking about here…”

  1. JLS Says:

    It appears to me that your turnips have gone to seed, but it’s been so long since I’ve seen them it up close that I may have the variety of greens wrong.
    JLS

  2. LaurieBluedorn Says:

    No, it’s not turnips.

  3. Kristin Carr Says:

    Just a guess….are they brussels sprouts?

  4. Kristen B. Says:

    Is it spinach that is in the bowls?
    Unfortunately I don’t now much about gardening so I can’t tell what’s growing. :P

  5. Laurie Bluedorn Says:

    Yes, it’s spinach in the bowls, but what is the significance of the first picture?

  6. Kristin Carr Says:

    I can understand why nobody likes spinach! :-P

  7. Perla Sarmiento de Adams Says:

    Hello Laurie:

    I remember that you mentioned that when the spinach develop those “flowers” we can ‎not eat them, but why? I did not found an explanation‎.

  8. Laurie Bluedorn Says:

    That’s right. Once spinach goes to seed (makes flowers) then you can’t eat it any more. It doesn’t taste good. Everybody here (except me) is happy when the spinach goes to seed. : )

  9. Kristen B. Says:

    I get it now. (Learned something today about gardening!! Thanks. :D )

  10. Kristin Carr Says:

    Never would have guessed it… :-D

  11. Ryan Bruce Says:

    I guess I don’t have to worry about spinach when I come to visit. :P (Not that I have any particular objection to it) =)

  12. LaurieBluedorn Says:

    I’ll replant it if you like.

  13. Pamela Says:

    They don’t even like it fresh in salads? Or chopped up in baked pasta or pizza? That just makes me sad.

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