What's looking good in November 2017


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Some one brought up "What's looking good in November 2016", but 2016 was last year. So i started a new thread for November 2017. People posting now to November 2016 might want to move their posts here. Usually this thread starts with a photo, but i haven't taken any photos yet in November, hence the watering can, to get things started for 2017. Usually @zigs starts these threads but i think he must be busy and/or off duty.
 
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Lovely dahlia alp.....which variety? Indeed, it is perfect :)

Search me, I am a cowboy! Never keep the name or label.. Not exactly Crazy Love as Crazy Love has a well defined purple edge to the petals.. It's like naming Streptocarpus.. can never do it as they all look similar but distinctly different..
 
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@Tjohn Brussel Sprouts! How lucky you are! In the tropics no one knows what a brussel sprout is and i love them so much:love: Lima beans and kidney beans are non existent, ah me how i miss them, of course there are plenty of other good things to eat here, but still. Well enjoy those brussel sprouts, to me they are beautiful :)
 

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Yes they are Brussels Sprouts, the last things in the garden.
you probably already know this, but while traveling last week we were listening to a radio show on cooking, (in the wife's car with all the crazy channels,) and they talked about starting brussels from a cold skillet and then adding oil and browning until cooked, I will give it a try next time.
 
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