Fruit Clock

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The Fruit Clock is a companion project to the Bloom Clock, for collecting, organizing and interpreting data from observations of plants producing fruits and seeds. Like the bloom clock, visual keys will be generated to help people identify fruits encountered in the landscape, including both wild and cultivated plants. Fruits and seeds will be logged as unripe, ripe, and/or "harvestable" (many crops -- such as cucumbers and summer squashes -- are actually picked and eaten when immature).

See Category:Fruit clock templates/fcpp for templates under development. The pseudonamespace "FCP" is being used for the profile and log pages.

Experimental profiles: