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“The Day of the Triffids is a post-apocalyptic novel published in 1951 by the English science fiction author John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris, under the pen-name John Wyndham..”
had to look that one up.
I have never seen Triffids before only on Doctor Who lol
Have a great WW!
So delighted to meet the Triffids! They are quite colorful!
l this is the result of planting salad leaves and then the sun and rain combining with an absence, resulting in a mahoosive growth spurt!
Wow, hope you like Salad!
Wow, the triffids look ver good!
They don’t look fictional to me
Love the contrast!!
My Organized Chaos
I’m going to have to look this up to learn more. First I’ve heard of this.
Have a terrific WW. 🙂
Those are pretty interesting and pretty plants!
First time I’ve seen a triffid. TFS!
My entry is here.
pardon my ignorance but are they eatable? sure looks yummy!
They were edible before they went to seed. We had lots and lots of leaves off them when they were normal lettuce size lol
Ahhhh…. Lettuce thats gone to seed (head)… Never mind, another crop perhaps??
Mines up as well at AussiePomm – Sharp
Have a great WW!!
Are they salad leaves? Like lettuce?
Interesting plants.. haven’t seen them being planted before.
They’re just a variety of lettuce plants but they went haywire!
I haven’t seen triffids before but they look delicious! 😀
Ha!! Love the title!
I’ve never seen triffids.. But I love the colors and they seem to be quite healthy 🙂
They are pretty!
Wow, that’s a lot of salad! A lot of very beautiful salad, actually!
Wow- they look great!
Have a great day!
If the triffids are no longer eatable, they are getting their long-awaited revenge! lol! Happy Wednesday. Thank you for linking up at my blog.
Those are really NEAT!! Thanks for coming and linking up!!
I had to look up triffids – Now I love the title for the photos. Sorry so late – I was away for a week.
Are they salad leaves? A lot of very beautiful salad, actually! So delighted to meet the Triffids! haven’t seen them being planted before.
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