I wrote several blogs about how much kale my garden is producing this summer. I can hardly cut it fast enough. But that's okay because I'm loving having a kale salad almost every night with dinner. Like this one with apples and goat cheese--yum! And I'll have plenty to freeze for the winter. All from a $2.50 pack of seeds.
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Thursday, September 11, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
I love this time of year in the garden when things seem to be bursting with growth and life and we see so many vegetables ready to harvest. But then we see plants like this one below that remind us that the season will turn soon and that an important part of the cycle of nature is for plants to create seeds and die. The contrast against the backdrop of green is just stunning to me.
Monday, August 25, 2014
A couple week's ago I posted a picture of work at the Children's Garden. Well, the finished garden is simply magical. A very happy place for little gardeners. My daughter couldn't stay away. Thanks to all who put in the effort to make it such a wonderful space.