I tried to count but it was difficult to keep track of so many blooms. One small plant offered 67 carrot blooms and a large one had 100 - until I gave up counting. I realize not every bloom will make it to seed but it's still too many to imagine.
The seed is setting beautifully - and a few are browning now. Soon I will go out and snip the dry heads into a bucket to await the next round and let them continue to dry.
I mean just look at them.
What a beautiful sight. Seed is where it's at and growing a seed that's off the market is just a kick. To have it appear to be so successful - a mighty crop to be sure - is an even bigger kick.
We are not a farm - just a garden, and these 100 or so plants certainly delivered in bio-intensive beds. Pollinator's came from far and wide, the beauty of the plant is just outrageous and they'll continue to set seed, long into the fall.