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Drone shot above the California Redwood Forest in the Otways

A set of three macro images of the Brassica or Crucifer Shieldbug showing the different coloured spots that they come in depending on age and adulthood.

Kale Flowering Ornamental Cabbage (Brassica oleracea flower “Sunrise”)

Kale Flowering Ornamental Cabbage

(Brassica oleracea flower "Sunrise")

  

Brassica colors

Brassica Oleracea - Ornamental Cabbage

The Brussels sprout is a member of the Gemmifera Group of cabbages (Brassica oleracea), grown for its edible buds. The leafy green vegetables look like miniature cabbages. The Brussels sprout has long been popular in Brussels, Belgium, and may have gained its name there (Wiki).

 

This image was created using focus stacking of two images.

 

Macro Mondays: B-Food

 

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Brassica Oleracea - Ornamental Cabbage

Brassica oleracea var. capitata f. rubra

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Creo que el pescado es bueno, pero luego creo que la lluvia moja, así que ¿quién soy yo para juzgar?

 

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Je crois que le poisson est bon, mais après je pense aussi que la pluie mouille, alors qui suis pour juger ?

 

Douglas Noel Adams (US, 1952-2001)

 

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Photo: Choux cavalier. Brassica oleracea. Voici des aliments contenant des quantités de modérée à grande de vitamine k : le chou de Bruxelles, le chou frisé (botecole), le thé vert, les asperges, l’avocat, le brocoli, le chou, le choux-fleur… Etc.

 

Foto: Berza. Brassica oleracea.Los alimentos que contienen una cantidad de moderada a alta de vitamina k incluyen las coles de Bruselas, la col rizada, el té verde, los espárragos, el aguacate (palta en Chile), el brócoli, la col, la coliflor, la berza… Etc.

  

The very popular in Portugal, the "couve-portuguesa" (Brassica oleracea var.costata DC), apart from being a main ingredient in traditional cooking, also produces these beautiful flowers. Also very similar and popular is the "couve-tronchuda" (Brassica oleracea var. tronchuda L. H. or Bailey). Both belong to the cultivar group "Acephala" (from the Greek for "headless" or "brainless"), which complies the varieties that do not have central core of leaves (called "head" in popular language, or "flower" ("flor", in Portuguese), as cabbages do.

Ornamental cabbages look and grow very much like their close relatives of edible cabbages. They are the same species, Brassica oleracea, and although they are still edible, they aren’t as tasty and tender as their cousins. They have been bred for looks, not flavour.

 

Rather than the usual green or purple of traditional cabbages, the leaves of ornamental cabbages have been hybridized to feature rosy and/or creamy white colours, making them look more like large flowers than vegetables (sourced from The Spruce).

 

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My new bug of the day. Taken near the River Frome on my daily walk.

A set of three macro images of the Brassica or Crucifer Shieldbug showing the different coloured spots that they come in depending on age and adulthood.

Brassica oleracea, varietà italica: piramidale, con tante piccole rosette a spirale. Bellissimo, nella sua forma tipica a frattale, che rispetta la teoria di Leonardo Pisano, detto Fibonacci.

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Ornamental cabbage and kale are very close relatives of edible cabbages and kale. They are in the same species, Brassica oleracea, and although they are still edible, they aren't as tasty and tender as their cousins. They have been bred for looks, not flavor. ... The plant in the photo is an ornamental cabbage.

On a cool, yet sunny Winter afternoon, what a lovely sight these made at Roma Street Parkland.

 

Ornamental cabbage and kale (also known as “flowering” cabbage and kale) are in the same species (Brassica oleracea) as edible cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower. While ornamental cabbage and kale are edible, they tend to have a bitter flavor and are often used in a culinary setting as garnishes.

Brassica Oleracea - Ornamental Cabbage

Seen while farmer's market in Bamberg

Aquellas brásicas

Brassica Oleracea - Ornamental Cabbage

Brassica oleracea o Col decorativa

#Macromondays - #spiral

 

Nicht nur, dass der Bauplan jeder dieser Pflanzen exakt der Fibonacci Kurve folgt, nein, für jedes einzelne Bauteil gilt dies genau so - Not only, that the body plan of every of this plants is following exact the fibonacci curve, no, for every structural element this applies too.

 

Romanesco (Brassica oleracea convar) - romanesco cabbage

 

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Ornamental Cabbage

 

Pentax analog lens A 50mm/1.7, here at 1.8, 1/80, 100

Kohlrabi, Brassica oleracea, koolrabi

 

Romanesco broccoli (also known as Roman cauliflower, Broccolo Romanesco, Romanesque cauliflower or simply Romanesco) is an edible flower bud of the species Brassica oleracea. First documented in Italy

- Brassica Oleracea

Ornamental Cabbage

Striking contrast and multicolours. Ornamental kale plants (Brassica oleracea) and their cousin, the ornamental cabbage, were developed for their spectacular colors and are not edible. Although they are sometimes called flowering kale, the plants rarely put out real flowers. The color is all in their extravagantly ruffled and feathered leaves. 17580

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