The results of combining different vegetables has yielded a delicious and biodiverse garden.
The bountiful rain we were subjected to in southern California these past months has shifted our garden to spring.
We now reap the benefits. Hungry? Come on over and harvest some for yourself...
Just give me a bit of notice..
From one day to the next broccoli has flowered broccolini to be exact.
Neat little rows of spinach baring different sizes of tender, nutty flavored succulent leafs.
jewel colored nasturtiums bring butterflies, hummingbirds and bee's to the bed they share with onions, carrots, and butter lettuce.
Veiled with bird netting red and gold beets, emerald kale bordered by garlic with peas towering out towards the southern sky, draping heavy with their load of pods and flowers scatter spent blossoms in the wind.
And the lettuce keeps on giving to the chamomile, onion, and curly endive.
The peas stand alone..but not for long.