That’s one way to enjoy your vegetables.
(Hat tip: Seekrit Scissorhead @NamelessCynic on the Twitters)
“BJ & A Penny.”
Say no more.
“Same as in town”?
Eww – watch out for the spikes!
If you have any question about whether little spines on plants can be a problem, check out devil’s club. I met them in the woods outside of Gig Harbor, WA, and did my utmost to never meet one, person to plant, again.
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When we first moved to Arizonastan (from Chicago) I was a wee tyke of 4, and we ended up staying in a motel somewhere in the desert , NM or AZ, can’t remember. But they had some cactus that looked so soft and furry I had to pet them….
Jumping cholla they destroy ya’.
Silly boy ya’ self destroyer.
Ouch! I would bet that your cactus was more deviously fuzzy looking than devil’s club. That worthy plant has leaves like huge maple leaves, a fruit that looks like elderberry and stems that look like the nettles that the 50-foot woman would have in her garden (nettles are good for tea and, some say, for arthritic knees – so, yeah, in her garden in that spot
where nothing else will grow except the buttercups)
Wrapped for your protection and no harmful chemicals. Those Aussies are so considerate. There’s probably a Queensland joke to be had there as well, but I will leave that to someone else.
Salad has never been so exciting.
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