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Have you ever seen a grape flower? Little green alien heads :)

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I hadn't ever seen a grape flower until I started growing them.

They aren't super beautiful or attractive, so they usually aren't displayed that often, looking more like little green alien heads than flowers.

I think they have a unique beauty in their own way though, especially when the whole grape bunch is blooming.

Here is a link to our general grape growing thread with more info, photos, and videos! https://permies.com/wiki/109696/berry/Growing-Grapes-Natural-Plant-Nursery

Had you ever seen grape flowers before? What do you think they look like?
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The biggest satisfaction is watching them enlarging and then change color.

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