From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Copyright 2014, Lori Fontanes
autumn, back-to-nature, edible lawn, food, gardening, growing food, home, kitchen garden, living in suburbia, organic gardening, photography, seasons
October 23, 2014
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Pretty cool, and it looks yummy!
Organically grown, too! Cabbages just thrive on straw bales if you can manage the cabbage worms. And the ducks. And the rabbits. And the groundhog… 😉
Like the old-time, sepia look.
Hey, that’s the way my backyard *always* looks. (Or maybe that’s just the incessant rain we’ve been enduring. sigh!)
Very nice! The cabbage and the photo. we’ve been awash with apples this autumn, so I made a lovely cabbage dish with apples, ginger, onions, raisins and brown sugar. Wonderful recipe from my talented sister.
Sounds yummy! I love ginger in stuff–especially this time of year!
Yum! What did you do with it?
I think Wilbur got one. 🙂
Oh well. At least you captured this nice shot 🙂
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