Eat Your Fall Flowers

September is the month when the garden switches gears, moves into cooler weather, and we plant our fall annual flowers. Even an herb nut like myself enjoys having some fall color in my pots and garden beds. Some of those flowers also provide flavors you can add to your foods. Here’s a sampling:

Fall Is Coming to My Garden

Having just turned to the September pages of our household calendars, I am reminded that cooler fall weather is not far off. What’s also not far off for me is a week-long trip to California. Out of town trips often spur me to tidy up around the house and garden, taking care of chores I’ve

Garlic Chives Blooming Now

Now that the searing summer heat has left Fort Worth for good – and about time too – my garden is slowly recovering. It was definitely a season of hanging on to what can survive. Many things that usually bloom in summer failed altogether this year. One herb that is blooming late is my garlic chives.

 

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Oh Adam was a gardener, and God, who made him, sees that half of all good gardening is done upon the knees.Rudyard Kipling
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