No, it’s not a turtle. Rather a macro photograph of a lonely raindrop resting on a broccoli leaf in the Fall Victory Garden. How innocent and beautiful a drop of water can be.
June 13,2012 Austin – In a rare look inside the victory garden, we found the usual suspects: tomatoes, cucumbers, jalapeno and sweet green peppers, strawberries, carrots, corn, yellow/butternut squash, onions, cantaloupes (for trivia buffs, first cultivated by Egyptians), artichokes and a broad spectrum of … Continue reading
Obviously, I am not the only one enjoying the sunflowers. I, just do not understand if they are sunflowers why do the blossom facing North?
It very exciting to harvest my first vegetables. Cucumbers and an abundance of strawberries, it’s a race to beat the tortuous Texas summer! #gardening #homegrown #yummy
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It’s early in the season and everything is still very young. I thought it would be nice to share a look at this years garden. For the Spring – Summer 2012 growing season the garden includes a number of herbs: … Continue reading
While meditating at the edges of my garden, I am captivated by the beauty and complexity of my little helpers. At the end of the season I have intentionally let several broccoli plants flower in my garden as a treat … Continue reading