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|Heirloom cherry tomato Gardener's Delight |
|Ready-to-eat cherry tomatoes (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)|
|Shagbark hickory trees (Carya ovata) and others, shading the garden|
|Green beans, cherry tomatoes and strawberries|
|The tiny butternut squash is hidden under the leaves|
|Volunteer growing out of the compost bin. |
The dark-green fruit is against the bin.
|Quinoa tabouli salad|
|Basil from the garden|
|Basil growing in a container on our front porch|
|Pasta with pesto|
|Green beans growing|
|Cherry tomatoes growing in the garden|
|Wineberries (Rubus phoenicolasius) growing along a trail|
|Garlic (Allium sativum) growing in between oregano and chives, outside of the fenced-in vegetable garden. Note the pink bulbils on one of the garlic plants.|
|Garlic umbel with bulbils and flowers.|
|Garlic that is ready to be harvested.|
|Garlic ready for harvest|
|Garlic curing on a slatted bench.|
|Green beans, peas and chives|
|Red Russian kale, Gardener's delight heirloom tomatoes, chives, green beans, strawberries|
I like Return, because it conveys a sense of a full circle, rather than a linear path.I think ultimately we should be thinking “cradle to cradle” for all items we use, in other words, consider the entire cycle so that there is no “waste” product at any point. This will be the subject for a future post.
|Large recycling bin used for single-stream recycling|
|Low bush blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) at Anthony's Nose, not yet ripe|
|Blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium), Anthony's Nose|