Lotus berthelotii aka Parot’s Beak, Coral Gem, Pelican’s Beak, and Canary Island Trefoil. A tender perennial from the Canary Islands that is now extinct in the wild. However, it is fairly common in cultivation. The flowers are naturally red, but there is a golden orange cultivar.
Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens
The gentleman in the video below well exemplifies this thinking. He clearly knows how to ‘manage’ his little chicken workforce. He knows what they love to do, and he knows they’ll charge him little to nothing for it. He recognises that to get the most out of the chicken, can also mean giving most to the chicken. This is a typical permaculture win-win.
Tropaeolum tricolor (three-coloured Indian cress) (by peganum)
I thought this was old news. Mega cool .