9 responses to “Brassica oleracea [Botrytis Group] ‘Purple Cape’”

  1. Beverley

    Brassica oleracea [Botrytis group] – Z8 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  2. Daniel Mosquin

    I should add for those of you interested in playing around with black-and-white in your image editor, this is a good photograph to work with because of the light.

  3. Darren

    Daniel- you might want to try visiting Point Reyes National Seashore. According to the Park Service website, “there are 112 families of plants and 900 species on the Point Reyes vascular plant list, including 100 subspecies and 109 varieties.” http://www.nps.gov/pore/pphtml/plants.html

  4. Daniel Mosquin

    Darren, excellent idea – I’ll add it to the list of potentials.

  5. Daniel Mosquin

    I’ve decided to keep track of potential destinations here – so if you like, you can comment anonymously there.

  6. phillip lacock

    daniel…
    i live 200 mi. from abq…..roswell.
    you’d be graciously welcomed for a stop over and a wonderful meal at my resturant!

  7. Daniel Mosquin

    Thanks to all who’ve commented here and on the forums – more input is still welcome!
    Phillip, I’ll consider that! I’ll be in touch if I can swing it.

  8. Lois Wakeman

    Many thanks for the flattering mention of my photography web site 🙂

  9. Pumpkin Head

    In the book by Ben-Erik van Wyk,Food Plants of the World, it is suggested that the origin of Cauliflower is the Eastern Mediterranean. “It was imported into Italy around the end of the sixteenth century and from there to Germany and France”. Whatever the origins it tastes and looks GREAT.

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