Rainy Day Vegetable Blossoms The various blooms popping up in the vegetable gardens are an appealing sight, especially during wet and gray weather. Scarlet Emperor Beans Green Peppers Eggplant Calendula (The whole flower is edible.) Yukon Gold Potato Green Zebra Tomato Trailing Nasturtium (Flowers are edible.) Summer Squash Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts flowersgardening
16 thoughts on “Rainy Day Vegetable Blossoms”
Everything is looking good, heading for the harvest.
Thanks! This is my first time growing eggplant, and the jury is out on whether or not I grow them again. I didn’t like dealing with the aphids all over them. ;-(
Yikes! Those pesky aphids.
Scarlet emperor beans are lovely in their bright color. Thanks for showing us the blooms.
The hummingbirds love them, too
So fun to watch!
How pretty, makes your veggies so refreshing and lush!!
Thanks. So looking forward to “real” cukes and tomatoes!
I love the bejeweled blossoms in various colors and shapes.
Is there anything like “real” cukes and tomatoes? Can’t wait!
Your veggie garden looks set to be most prolific. What a good idea to feature the often overlooked flowers!
Thanks! It was a fun post. FYI, I am now taking pic of the mushrooms in my yard, having been inspired by you last blogs!
I look forward to seeing them!
Thank you so much!
You are welcome!