These keep their colors if dried. Many of us have one or two of these at home as decoration :-)
Sometimes I buy kidneys and does the same with them for my dogs (kidneys isn´t something that I´m to fond of and the livers that my dogs gets are usually from older animals so they can taste a bit sharp). But it smells awful when boiling kidneys. It smells like someone has peed all over my kitchen :-) But my dogs loves it so I buy some now and again.I then mix the grinded liver/kidney with the food and it doesn´t matter if one of my dosg would be sick, they will eat it anyway :-) :-)
I almost overslept this morning. We had had a power failure last night so my electric clock didnt work. But I had for some reason set my other clock to ring wich I usually never do otherwise. It would have been nice to sleep an hour or two more this morning :-) :-) But I will be able to sleep an hour or two more tomorrow morning. I have gotten an appointment with the specialist on rheumatic diseases on September 7. So tomorrow they will take a lot of my blood and make tests on it.
Do You remember when I accidently cut of a couple of vines of a clematis I have and took cuttings from it? Now they have roots. It took a while longer than I had thought but it worked anyway. I have also checked that the kernels from those Donut peaches have seeds in them, so soon I´ll sow them in moist paper towels, put it in a plastic bag and then in to the fridge. With a bit of luck will they germinate within a month or so.
Now I feel that it´s time for a cup of tea and then I´ll read some chapters in the first Harry potter book.
Have a great day now!
These are some of the cuttings I made from the clematis vine I accidentally cut of. I removed the plastic bag that I had around the pot to fast, so the new leafs dried. I didn´t think I needed that plastic any more since it´s been raining all the time here.
The new roots are doing great, so now I have planted the cuttings in separate pots.