Growing amarylli(?) in the summer instead of at Christmas! You should try it. This thing grew in like 10 days.
Horrible picture quality, but quality eats. Bowl of freshly harvested dill, mint and italian spicy greens mix. They’re big enough to identify now – and as Andrew noted, includes many “brassicas” – mustard greens, purple kale, arugula, lettuce, and watercress.
Beautiful first hibiscus greeted me in the garden this morning – but I expect to see it dead this evening, wilted in the 100 degree heat. Ugh.
Very interesting – though several years old – article about food marketing in the realm of seafood. If you’re interested in how I linked to it, I was checking out the menu for a restaurant I’m visiting for a friend’s birthday tonight. The menu had Jonah Crab listed
Read this great article in the Washington Post today – what a cool idea! The naturalist Peter del Tredici (see article) is actually working on a field guide to “northeast urban plants”. Think about those abandoned lots you see – sprouting with many more plants and life than