A walk around my garden fills me with Christmas spirit.
Knowing it is evolving in harmony with nature is a wonderful feeling.
It is something I have created and it at one with our planet.
The frangipanes grown from cuttings from an about to be demolished tree are now adding beautiful flowers to my soil.
Here the frangipane tree gives sun protection to the beans and its flowers are beautiful jewels against the mulch.
This pepper almost camouflaged amongst its leaves has its own fresh shining beauty.
A frangipane flower has fallen beside the red dandelions I love to have with all my salads.
Dandelions are wonderful for the liver and kidneys.
I can't believe how quickly this ginger is growing.
It has grown from the garden scraps I dug into the soil to add body and fiber.
Wish I knew the name of this wonderful nutty cress that has grown from a cutting given me from the Community Garden .
I eat this daily cut up and thrown raw on the top of steamed vegetables with organic olive oil and a touch of sea salt.
Basil is one of the best growers in my garden.
Look forward to making some basil pesto for holiday guests.