colourful abundance :)

Taking part in a study about Urban Farming and I've been asked to take some photos of what my garden means to me. It means fresh food straight out of the garden. Colour. Flavour. Variety.
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  • I am going to do some research on green paw paw salads.  I had a fully laden branch fall of the tree the other day and I really want to use them. 

  • Recall growing that weird Radish. I gave some seeds to you Lissa. Bought mine originally from Evan, a local guy who's started a heritage seed business. They grew quite enthusiastically but don't like the heat.

  • Yep - RAT TAILED RADISH

    Doesn't grow in as much abundance as suggested in the article but still good to eat.

  • Kombucha....

    Thanks Susan :)

    The little slivers of unassuming green stuff are Rat Tailed Radish (as far as I recall that is the name) recommended growing by Peggy some time back. I finally got some to grow and use the slightly hot little seed pods in salads and stir frys.

  • Gorgeous

  • Most of it went into a stir fry the other night Dianne. The pawpaw goes a long way as a veg when it's green. Keeps for ages in the fridge. The large jar is Komucha - a weekly product and the other is honey out of the pantry.

    I'm taking part in a study about urban farming (I am being studied), not studying it myself :)

  • Where are you doing your Urban Farming Studies? You have a lovely lot of goodies there. What do you plan on doing with them, anything special?

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