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The pastry flowers going to fruit

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    They've started. As it gets farther along the ball will flatten out, until you have a red berry with smooth, shallow bumps all over it.
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    I'll post pictures of the ripened ones once I get some. Honest.

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    Those are cool looking but why are they called "Pastry flower"?

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    The first one works for me...love the colours and detail here.
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    JAS, "pastry flower" is my nickname for them. The petals look like the corners should be pinched around the center, the way some pastries are around filling. I don't actually know what they're called.

    Casil, I thought the first one looked like it was wearing a cloak, which amused me.

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