Chemical free living, organic food, sustainable home, community garden, permaculture and renewed health after a third breast cancer.
Friday, March 9, 2012
Above `The Mushroom Plant' and `Lebanese Cress' flourish in a shady corner.
The spinach to the left is considered feral by some of my friends but I love its sharp taste when steamed and a splash of organic olive oil added after cooking. It is just such a hardy plant.
`Brazilian Spinach' is another green that can be relied. I seem to have it most nights at present again steamed with some organic olive oil and a touch of sea salt.
And paw paws are just the best plants. So much generous fruit. They are delicious when ripe or can be grated when green and added to salads.
So much wonderful fresh food, I love having a garden.
Posted by A Greenearth at 3:32 PM