In the garden: More effloresence
Probably a bit too much like a dark tapestry, but that's what I did so that the white peony flower didn't flow out.
And I don't know what I did to deserve this:
As you can see, the plants are still very spindly. What did I do to deserve a tomato flower so early? (I gave them dried blood for nitrogen, but I thought that only affected stems and leaves; green stuff.)
I actually got a grill this year, so many I should be chopping up fresh scallions for a garnish? I don't know if their flavor goes all weird after they've flowered, however.