Vibrant blooms in a dry garden

Even in a dry garden, plants find a way to thrive. We see marigolds, basil, tomatoes, zucchini, sunflowers, artichoke, and celery all flowering.
Some are flowering to produce fruit; others are flowering to produce seeds. There is always plenty of mint and basil to snack on.

Matt Heidrich

I love gardening because I love good food and being outside.  The most delicous food is the food you grow yourself, and the best times in life are spent in nature.