Ken Zemach wrote:Another vote for Chard. Plus it looks really nice. I love Kale but don’t grow it because it gets seriously infested with aphids. Some sacrificial Kale here and there as aphid traps and to lure ladybugs to the area, yes, but it’s too frustrating to grow to eat for me.
Mike Homest wrote:Steve,
great suggestions I have already checked out the eastern redbud, that would make a really nice contrast in the garden, perhaps I can get one.
The Japanese plum can be one of those:
Japanese plum is a common name for several trees producing edible fruits and may refer to:
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica)
Without the Latin name it is somewhat difficult to find, as even if you are native speaker, which I am not, there can be several names for one or more different trees.
Pecan tree is somehow related to walnut, but needs fewer years (5-8 ) to produce its first nuts?
Nicole Alderman wrote:When we were naming the duck yard, my husband suggested Duck Land, because it reminded him of Mario and how all the levels in the game are called "_____ Land". So, Duck Land sign has an egg popping out of the box instead of a coin, and also has a little mushroom for the ducks to grow bigger
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:The easiest vegetable to grow, is the one that you are most passionate about. Find the vegetable that is most joyful to you, and you will long to be with it often: to nurture and protect it. It will be easy to pay enough attention to the vegetable that you love, that you will be weed and water it appropriately.