Fall: Taking stock in the garden with a camera
As we rapidly approach our first frost date for my corner of Tennessee, I thought I would take note of all the plants thriving in my garden at the moment.
Kale- The most winter hard veggie I have ever grown
Raab- it loves the cooler nights.
Cherry Tomatoes- they languished during this summer's brutal heat, now they are finally thriving.
Scallions- If the winter is not brutal, they will be around until spring, if we don't eat them all
Jamacia- The seed pods are what make red zinger tea red. This hibiscus is an easy to grow annual.
Lemon Grass- I will dig this up before the first frost, potting a sprig or two to overwinter in the house.
Fennel- The flower buds are as tasty as the leaves and bulb.
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