WIPS Oregano, chives, lemon sage, thyme and lavender in spice barrel.

Passiflora incarnata Maypop, an American native rumored to withstand Zone 6 winters.

Ficus carica Marseille.

Musa basjoo, a hardy banana tree produces no edible fruit, but its leaves are essential for some Mesoamerican dishes. The Boss lurks in the background.

Pak choy, Jericho lettuce, garlic chives, nasturtiums and calendulas grow in old wheelbarrow.

Snow peas, tomatoes and edible flowers–calendulas and marigolds in the foreground, potato bin to the right of hay bale. On the left, the raised bed where asparagus and strawberries grow.


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