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I ran away from teaching to the country to grow veggies. There are also some chooks and a pair of troublesome goats who were so much trouble they had to go! My simple green life isn't always as simple or as green as I'd like...but I keep trying!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sunday Sunflower Sunsation


I often speak to my plants, but today they had a message for me!  
I really grew the sunflowers for the chooks but now that they have contacted me, I think I must find a way of using them, at least some of them, myself.

A N Y   I D E A S   F O R   M E?




12 comments:

  1. Ask the Cook to make a sunflower seed cake like the American Indians used to make. We'd actually call it a bread.

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  2. I've never really found a way of hulling them that inspired me to do it regularly, thus most of mine go to the chooks. Love to hear anyone who has.

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  3. Well I just love coming over to your blog Hazel you always have something different. I planted 3 sunflower seeds from the ones I put in my muisli and they have grown beautifully and have buds on them. They are such a lovely cheery flower.

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  4. This made me giggle with glee. Must try this trick on my kids next year! *cackles gleefully*

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  5. Can't wait for our second batch of sunflower to bloom and have fun like you did. Smiling.

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  6. Hazel, you are just SO creative - and you see so clearly how the beauty of nature can be captured and enhanced through the medium of photography.
    I know that many birds really love sunflower seeds, so if it were me, I would just dry the seeds and leave them out somewhere for the birds to help themselves.

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  7. You may have enough for the birds and for baking. How did you do that... razor? tweezers? sacateurs?

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  8. Ohhh ...I love that idea looks great you are too clever and creative, Hazel. Thanks for making me smile.

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  9. Ohhh ...I love that idea looks great you are too clever and creative, Hazel. Thanks for making me smile.

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