Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Front Yard Garden







Red Ruby Swiss Chard

Red Chidori Kale

Graffiti Cauliflower

Cheddar Cauliflower

12 comments:

froggy said...

And tasty too!

Granny Annie said...

Please pass the salad:)

threecollie said...

Ahhh, green food and pink flamingos, the perfect combination.

Boxer said...

A perfect winter garden really does need flamingos! I love those.

Do you garden year round in your part of the world?

Dani said...

Boxer, I let the garden rest through July, August and September. It's just too hot and humid for anything to grow well.

Erin said...

All those greens are beautiful!

Melissa said...

I love those nasturtiums!

MakingSpace said...

My mouth started positively WATERING at the ruby chard. So sad I don't live next door... though you might regret my sneaking over with a flashlight at midnight, hehe

sherryocala said...

Whoa, Dani! Those are purely gorgeous! And to think they taste good, too. They're as pretty as flowers.

Intuitive Eggplant said...

Once again, your winter garden photos perk up my spirits. Especially after the first day this season I had to scrape frost off my windshield :)

Dani said...

Erin, I love the winter garden. So many different colors and textures.

Melissa, they do go great with the veggies.

MS, we LOVE the ruby chard! We do a risotto with it. Perfect comfort food.

Sherry, not as pretty as the roses you grow. :)

Eggy, you are so sweet! Thank You.

Laura said...

I have had no luck growing Nasturtiums here in Florida, yours look so good. What part of Florida are you in? Your plants looks so good. And I did not know you could grow Swiss Chard here, heck I have never even tasted it. Great pictures!!