edible inflorescence’

September 23, 2011 § 2 Comments

The smell of orange blossoms at our front gate meet me at the end of our street each evening, the fragrance stronger after a whole days sun, an intense and sweet welcome home.

Further down the garden path, these little friends greet me in the vegie patch… a fine way to end the day.

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§ 2 Responses to edible inflorescence’

  • Veronika says:

    Gorgeous photo of orange blossoms. It literally made me remember the time I lived in Israel (where they obviously open at the opposite time of year) – and also cheer at my little windowsill lemon trees – grow, grow! The scent of these is one of the most unforgettable things about living in the subtropical/tropical regions.

    Veronika

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