Back in the Garden again, even when I go away.
Urban agriculture shines on my list of Favorite Things.
It warms my heart to see human creativity put to the test of growing food in your neighborhood.
This garden thrives a few blocks from my son's apartment in the Emerald City.
My visits always include a sojourn through the community pea patch.
The landscape juxtaposes old and new. The garden remains timeless.
Community members express individuality in their plots.
Recycled found objects can prove arty.
A makeshift hoop house made of PVC pipe and cover cloth gives shelter from the storm.
Starting beds are covered with old newspaper until germination.
No problem keeping things moist here.
I could wax poetic about compost.
Strange as it seems, there are days you need to collect rain water in Seattle.
Food and flowers, so happy together.
A hipster moment....
Luv those black patent heels struttin' in the garden girrrl!
Ain't it pretty?
The gates to a little chunk of heaven.
Thank you Seattle peapatchers! Keep up the good work!