Stop growing; start dying

Turmeric leaf turning brown; time to harvest the rhizomes. Image: Su Leslie 2019

I’m paraphrasing William Burroughs (Junky, 1953) in the post title, but it’s an apt description of my garden right now. Even the fig tree, which is still producing fruit, has no green leaves, and soon will have none at all.

Still growing. Wednesday’s breakfast perhaps? Image: Su Leslie 2019

Posted to Macro Monday

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18 thoughts on “Stop growing; start dying

  1. It took me a while to understand that the figs of next year are already formed tormed this year…. Fig trees are really special! Not only because of the bible, but also just BECAUSE!!!

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