No, those are both spring flowers. March or April.
Only being forced in greenhouses here in the northern rainy bit of the Pacific Northwest! (The Netherlands are a bit to far to fly in anything legal, and make a profit. On the east coast, though? Eyeballs deep in Dutch tulips).Odd one: are tulips or daffodils in flower anywhere in the world at the moment?
ETA: that’s one for the folks in the northern hemisphere!
As an aside, this is a funny one everywhere depending on what you’re trying to breed. TB’s they try to foal down as close to January as possible as horses age from the 1st, not their actual birthday, so it makes them as mature as possible in their age category.I worked on a horse ranch, at the time, and we had 2 breeding seasons. Mares who had been in the local climate for a couple years would go into heat to give birth in December/January, when everything was green and lush. New mares, or those flown in to be covered, would go into heat to give birth in April/May. By April/May? Our hills were a thousand shades of gold, and blue skies for the next 6mo, creeks dried up, not a drop of rain in sight.
Stoplight Bell Peppers (Red Yellow Green) have been common here where I am for about 25 years. So much so they sell them in bags of 3, fresh, and sliced/frozen by every major brand + every store brand.Just seen a clip of a video of an American couple in a supermarket and there are purple /yellow bell peppers /capsicums. I've never seen them that colour before, are they common? Taste the same as other colours?
The one's I was on about were a combo of purple & yellow in a single pepper.yellow is common where I am but purple is not
I think all green peppers are immature colorful ones
We get that too, usually a red green n a yellow, but sometimes it's different colours when there are shortages. Much more common here since Brexit.they sell them in bags of 3, fresh
Pink tiger stripes
or the reverse, dark with light stripes & dots
Googled, gorgeous!Purple Beauty
Purple, white and black
to only find a beer “section” with part, often only a small part, of one side of the aisle in use.
Agreed!The U.S. is weird.