Where capers come from. The little green pointy buds that are pickled and eaten would, if allowed to bloom, open into these lovely, scented flowers. In the second image, the fruit, sometimes also pickled.

@mugwort Long time since I've seen one of those. They're native to Australia, aren't they?

@anarchiv To the Mediterranean. I’ve seen them in Greece, Italy, and Malta. There are parts of Australia where the climate is similar, so they might do very well there.

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