Last night when I came home from work, I was pleasantly surprised to find some of our plants have starting sprouting lovely, delicate white flowers.
This is a lime basil plant that we actually didn't start from seed; Dan got it from work, and it has been shooting up like crazy since we potted it.
And this is our cilantro, which I guess when it flowers is referred to as coriander? Although I think cilantro and coriander are technically interchangeable names, but the seeds that come from the flowers are coriander seeds. So that's something.
We've also had some of our arugula stems shoot up above the leaves and sprout flowers.
This is all somehow very amazing to me, even though I've known arugula flowers were a thing, but I guess seeing it happen was such a delight that it took me off guard.
Meanwhile, my lavender plants remain very green indeed, and the mint, given as it is to rampant, often invasive, growth, is doing just that.