October 28, 2007
I'm not sure of the variety, but it's shaped like a small pumpkin, about five inches in diameter, and has green and cream dappled stripes with one splash of orange on it, as if an absent-minded painter had been passing through the field on the way to the pumpkins.
We might get a frost in the city tonight - we've started up the furnace for the first time this season.
Posted by EGP at October 28, 2007 11:38 PM
the orange background is such a vivid one!
Great watercolor as usualy.
This is what I hope to wear should I ever play the central role in a coronation.
I guess it's time to fess up. I've been lurking on your blogsite for quite a while.
I love your pictures, and really look forward to seeing whatever's next.
thanks so much for the wonderful pictures.
Yours looks like a true 'green striped cushaw'- google it and check the photos.