.....I love our Easter tradition of going to my Sister's house and having a potluck lunch and an Easter egg hunt with all the adorable eggs my nieces and nephews decorated and dyed...crack, crunched, perfect or not....they all are embodiments of the dyers' personalities!
Here is a pic of the teen and not so teen girls posing....Leanne (my red headed step sister's kiddo), Fragile (niece), Liver' (niece), Tear Tear (daughter), Tina Fish (I wouldn't mind if she was my daughter.), and Auntie Nita trying to sneak in the pic.
I allow many of my plants to bolt or go to seed. I know it takes up space where other things could be growing, but I plan to plant heat loving plants immediately into their spots after the seed matures and I remove the plant. I find bolting and seeding plants are beautiful in their own right and the flowers provide nectar for bees and encourage pollinators to visit the garden.
This is dill producing seed. The seed can be planted and used in recipes as well.
So far this year I have saved seed from: broccoli, curly mustard, dill, and arugula.