June 2021 Rudbeckia, eggplant blooms, and feverfew

The eggplant are blooming; the plants look very sturdy and able to handle some fruits. I have two different kinds of eggplant (aubergine) planted. And the rudbeckia are really taking off.

And the feverfew is blooming. I love these delicate little daisy-like flowers. They are a sturdy plant that handles the wind. It is a vigorous re-seeder, but also comes back from sturdy roots as a perennial. It does have medicinal uses against migraines, but I haven’t used it for that.

Cousin looks a bit sly here with his side-eye and scratched nose. He was snuggled in getting some pets.

2 thoughts on “June 2021 Rudbeckia, eggplant blooms, and feverfew

    • I did not. I started very few seeds successfully inside this year, and I did not even try with eggplant. I started tomatoes and some flowers. Last year I started many seeds early inside and was diligent about taking care of them and getting them planted out. Here is a post about what I saw as my most successful seeds last year: celery: https://wordpress.com/post/dfarabee.com/1829 But…. not so much this year.

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