23 June 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Teenage Mutant Ninja...Strawberries?

24 comments:

  1. Very odd looking, but still delicious. :)

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  2. Have they mutated or just stressed? They look really funny!

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  3. Don't you just wonder what went wrong (or right) with these strawberrries? (tee hee)

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  4. Delicious I bet, no matter what the shape!! The one in front...how very very odd with the two tiny little unripe white baby berries)))stuck out on each side.

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  5. What the heck causes that weirdness? Really, I would like to know.

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  6. Cute Ninjas. Makes you want to take a bite out of them.

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  7. Terra, I don't know whether this is caused by irregular pollination, insect damage in flowers, too much/too little rain...or something else. I can't even remember WHAT this trait is called (it's not catfacing) Anyone else know? (it's been many years since I took berry crop production and I just don't remember...

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  8. Those're normally shipped to Alabama, the mutant ones. May explain a lot - LOL! Kidding! Kidding!!! I'm an Alabamian so I can kid about that - ha! Great pics, babe. AND I love your new blog look - very stylin!'

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  9. Wild stuff! They look tasty!

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  10. (it's been many years since I took berry crop production and I just don't remember...

    Simply incredible, you are, dear Jodi!

    The berries are odd looking but probably delicious anyway. :-)

    Frances

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  11. Ooh, weird! But their shininess makes me think they taste good. True?

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  12. Dear Jodi, My mouth waters! Oh, so delicious. With all of the strange weather I am not at all surprised to see such odd shapes.

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  13. You don't live near a nuclear facility, do you? :D

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  14. Those are definitely odd. I've had heirloom tomatoes ripen looking something like those:)
    Marnie

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  15. But that just makes more of them to devour.

    Jen

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  16. Those are funny looking strawberries, but I bet they are delicious!

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  17. Bet they're delicious, jodi. (Can't tell a book by its cover)!

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  18. Did you it them, Jodi? Now, watch yourself...

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  19. Say, what is that lovely multi-hued flower stalk in the bee-peeking photo?

    Lisa

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  20. Jodi girl I agree with YOU on these scary strawberries ! LOL
    I had meant to get back to you about that Colourflash astilbe .. I had thought mine was like yours .. but .. it is a whole different can of worms .. a mislabeled astilbe .. it is of the Chinensis (Visions .. which I have quite a few so I know it when I see that flower spike)catagory .. I am going back to the green house to see if they will replace it or give me a credit for their mistake ? I don't want to have to dig it up to prove it to them ? LOL .. How is yours doing with its strange colour ?
    Joy

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  21. What does it say on the bottle of pesticide? Maybe you should be a little careful with that ! :)

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  22. Mutant yes... but ninja? Now that would be worrisome!

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