From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Ah, the homely family Brassicaceae! So hearty! So healthy!* Mon petit chou–you are truly a taste wonder. Now if I could just get the rabbits to leave me a bite…
*So much roughage?
Copyright 2013, Lori Fontanes
back-to-nature, cooking, edible lawn, food, gardening, home, kitchen garden, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, photography
June 28, 2013
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You should get a new fence, this is offensive.
pun very much intended
Thx! The veggies do all the hard work!
Liked this simple cabbage a lot! 🙂 Especially the first one, with drop of dew/ rain..Or may be you watered it! So fresh..
Thx so much!!! They turn out to be a very photogenic veggie…who knew???
I build ugly leedle anti-bunny cages around my brassica until they are large enough sustain bunny damage… It means my garden looks ugly until the cabbages are quite large! 😦
Makes total sense to me…thought about it, bought the fencing, brought the fencing to the yard…and that’s as far as I got! Maybe by the time I’m ready to harvest, I can have a nice new fence ready (for next year!!!)
ROFL!! A gardener after my own heart!!!
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