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Friday, August 10, 2012

balloon seed

harvesting fruits and vegetable from your
own garden can be rewarding thing.
getting this many balloon can also be good.
it's like are plants gave me little present
at the end of their lives.

balloon has been dried













10 comments:

  1. Beautiful. They look like they little veins running across them.

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  2. What a beautiful color they dried to! It almost looks like they're blushing.

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  3. So pretty! You grew a lot of balloons! I am thinking about making something with the husks of the ground cherries. They would make pretty garlands, don't you think?

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  4. @spectator:
    they sure do. they are one of beautiful creature.

    @littlelichen:
    i let them stay under the sun while i go to work and dried for about 3days, sun bazing.

    @abby: i didn't know what husk and garland are, looked up on wiki. great idea. never thought of it. what do you use to coat the balloon?

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  5. such a beautiful pictures,
    your harvest, coco. and
    enamel basket.

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  6. And to think that you shared those precious balloon seeds with me. Such a beautiful gift!
    x
    Lilli

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  7. Beautiful. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I am so glad I now have discovered yours!

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  8. Asi mismo! aunque más oscuros... quizá dejé los globos más tiempo en la mata antes de cosecharlos. En que época plantas tus semillas?

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