I’ve had to wait over 10 years, but my female kiwi finally set fruit in 2014 after probably 12 years. The fruit are tiny — about the size of a big grape — but wonderfully delicious.
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Found this little clump of shoots (actually leaves, I know) under a hedge during a walk. Chlorophyll will come later, I suppose.
Photograph of Eastern skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus) covered with snow. I didn’t confirm with a thermometer, but these are famous for heating themselves up, maintaining 35 °C (95 °F) internal temperature even when outside air is below freezing. Heat helps … Continue reading