“….name from the whitish scar found on each brown seed. It is said to give the seed the appearance of a deer’s eye.” Link on Yellow Buckeye below
Everything about them is toxic. If you want to plant one, click here Also called a horse chestnut. It’s Ohio’s State Tree.
I took these photos in Ohio earlier in the month. I didn’t know there were different types of buckeye trees. There are several types Ohio, Yellow and California are a few.
Here’s the Yellow Buckeye on a street parallel to Laura‘s.
If you want to make a peanut butter/chocolate candy called BUCKEYES the recipe is here
Guest blog by Jack. “I just found this blowing around in my back yard. I thought about you. It looks like something that would catch your eye…what do you think…Jack”
Yes, if I’d seen it, I would have photographed it too. Thanks Jack.
Laura, Roy, Oscar the Labradoodle and I walked to pick up Charlie after school.
Look what we saw on the way home.
You’ve seen the Rocking Horses in the City if you’ve followed me for a few years. I haven’t seen any new rocking horses to add to this repost. I can tell you there’s more discarded furniture than there are rocking horses.
Here’s a Gallery of rocking horses seen around Pittsburgh, from previous blogposts.
A knitting friend saw my lone cherry tomato harvest post with the accompanying nickel photo . She’d had an abundant harvest. There was a box of raspberries too but I ate them before I thought to take a pic.
Here’s what she brought me and I threw them into olive oil and garlic (thanks David) and turned them into a fresh tomato sauce.
You know I couldn’t resist pulling over, parking my car, getting out and photographing the loveseat/couch.
The rain had stopped. I was on Penn Avenue just past Children’s Hospital and I saw it. It’s not like I’m driving around the city looking for discarded furniture. It’s just there!
Mary always says, take the pic when you see it as later it might be gone. Good advice.