I also had my sunflowers head up so well that the stalks were not big enough to support them, and now I’m being advised by a couple of you that I need to go ahead and cut these down and bring them inside, and I’ll probably do that in the next couple days, but I’m not in a huge hurry to do so.
There’s one last thing growing that I want to share with you today, but before I get to that, I will tell you that I am trying to do the time lapse of the Zinnia flower. It’s just not going my way. I was trying to focus on one particular flower, but it’s impossible. I even tried tying the stem to a particular location, but the stem just grew quicker than I thought it would. I’d come out one day and the flower would be totally out of view again and so I’ve had to completely reset and back the camera off, and I’m just going to have to video the entire area and maybe with any luck we’ll be able to zoom in and watch one particular flower grow. But just remember, this is a deer cam trail camera. It’s not high definition, but I’ll do my best to try to give you a time lapse of how that flower petals out.
So what’s the last thing I want to share with you? We have something very special growing in our garden this year. Now if you’re a dedicated follower, you might know what my favorite fruit is. And if this grows to fruition the way I hope it is, I will share with you all the juicy details of it. But until then, go ahead and comment below. Give your best guess on what you think is growing that I’m so excited about.
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