Food, food culture, food as culture and the cultures that grow our food

Seed optimism

January 29, 2009

Purple mustard seed harvesting, Debra Solomon, culiblog.org
Harvesting purple mustard seeds at midwinter, more than I could ever grow or eat or pickle.

Hungry Gap butternut squash seed collection, Debra Solomon, culiblog.org
Harvesting butternut seeds in the city, if I grew these here, they’d cover the southern fašade.

Bee balm seed pods and seeds, Debra Solomon, culiblog.org
Harvesting bee balm seeds at midsummer, for more flowers than the bees need.

Flow begets flow.

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1 Comment »

  1. Hi Debra,

    Great blog. Is your last picture not of love in the mist (Nigella sp.)seed and seed capsules rather than bee balm (Monarda).

    Comment by daan — April 1, 2010 @ 18:00


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