The okra is delicious, but after three inches it becomes woody and loses that unmistakable viscosity.
Okra competes with tomatoes.
In a few weeks, fire engine Thai peppers will dry in the kitchen window.
Strawberry plants spread like Middle East democratic movements.
3 thoughts on “Summer School Veggies”
Looks good. My sister and I are keeping a vegetable garden this year, and I can’t wait till we have tomatoes. Homegrown always tastes better.
The classroom vegetable bed really planted an idea in my head….as we have a garden for kung fu training at our school for chinese medicine I could imagine having a vegetable bed we could maintain with the kids and teach them about diet without them really noticing…:-) I like your blog, the photos are awesome and you have a nice way of writing. I answered your post at my blog, because I think the conversation would be interesting for my readers, too…
Thank you for the kind words, Karoline. You’ve piqued my curiosity… What would you plant in a garden for kung fu training?