So many fiercely-hot chilies this year - I string them, and hang to dry.
I pulled out most of my scrawny tomato plants a couple of weeks ago, leaving only the four that had survived all the fungus infections and were defiantly sporting new little orange flowers.
Cabbages for the fall.
The rosemary hedge I planted from cuttings a couple of years ago is thriving.
Eight pumpkin vines, and only one (peculiarly shaped) fruit.
I love hydrangea blossoms in all their stages.
Coexisting diversity flourishing together: cucumber climbing a grapevine.
Lemon verbena draping its branches over marjoram and strawberries.
Wild chicory blooming all around my garden at this time of year.
My favorite winter vegetable: artichoke - aggressively spiny outside, but delicious inside ... a little like winter, I wonder?