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  • Scotland Scotland
    • ○  Wow, giant horse heads! I just found some info about the structure and materials used.
      • ○  Very nice!
  • Nasturtium on the table Nasturtium on the table
    • ○  Beautiful flower! It looks like orchids somehow. Where are the leaves? Have you tasted the leaves? :D
      • ○  I ate the leaves. 😂
    • ●  And on countertop
      • ○  The flowers are gorgeous, but the vase or planter could be better. 😁 I guess it's for growing vegetables, right?
        • ○  It's a reuse of milk jug. 😂
  • Thetis Lake Thetis Lake
    • ○  Peace at Thetis Lake
      • ○  It looks beautiful, quiet and clean.
        • ○  Yes it is! Used to be lots of people in summer days.
          • ○  I guess many of people still avoid to go to public places for the sake of COVID-19 pandemic.
    • ●  Hiking around the lake
      • ○  How come the water looks beautiful purple color in the 5th picture? Is that the result of those aquatic plants being refracted and reflected by lake water? How many kilometers do you usually hike each time?
        • ○  I applied some special effect using my phone.
          • ○  Aha, that's it. The colors are soft and nice.:)
  • The kind of September The kind of September
    • ○  Wo Yingwen buhao🤣🤣🤣...danshi...your zhaopian ... very good😁😁😁
      • ○  Thank you! 😂
        • ○  🤗😛
    • ●  Have you already eaten the Garden Nasturtium (旱金莲), its leaves or/and flowers? If yes, how do they taste?
      • ○  I don't know Garden Nasturtium...
        • ○  The plant in your picture (no.6 from the top, between garlic chives and strawberries) looks like Nasturtium, isn't it?
          • ○  I don't know its name! Thank you for telling me that. It's edible? Wow! It's actually a volunteer from my neighbour's plot.
          • ●  I found more information in wiki:
            • ○  It's edible and has some healthy benefits, but don't eat it too often or for a long term. Make sure that you identified it correctly before trying it as a food. By the way, 彬彬有院 introduced how to eat it in YouTube.
              • ○  Thank you!
  • Baby tomatoes Baby tomatoes
    • ○  Some of tomatoes are still green and very tiny.
      • ○  The baby tomatoes are gifts from my neighbour, the strawberries are from my own plot. 😊
    • ●  Yellow grape tomatoes
      • ○  Growing well.
    • ●  Harvesting
      • ○  Do yellow grape tomatoes taste better than red grape tomatoes, or similar? If the yellow ones grow longer time, will they become red?
        • ○  I do have one plant of red grape tomato. The fruits look pretty, but it's not as sweet as the yellow ones. The yellow ones may turn a bit orange, but never become red.
          • ○  Good to know. Thanks!