For example, we are indeed growing seeds in there. We have already harvested copious kale and collard green seed, and the sugar beets will also provide seed after not too long.
|Oregano which has been going for more years than I can remember.|
|Lemon Balm (Sweet Melissa)|
|Fennel, which is not thought of as perennial but which is at least three years old now!|
|Hyssop (Purge me with Hyssop and I shall be clean, wash me and I shall be whiter than snow. Ps. 51:7)|
|Borage, given to me by a dear friend this year.|
|Dill, whose green seeds (fruits?) are amazing in potato salad!|
|Rosemary (many years running)|
|Egyptian Walking Onions given to me by my neighbor|
|Lemon Grass started three years ago from three stalks bought at an international grocery!|
|Some of my small fruited tomatoes|
|And my most recently planted tomatoes also a gift from some dear friends.|
It promptly died.
But when I pulled some weeds out of the way while telling my visitor this sad, sad story, I discovered that from the roots of the dead tree, new life had sprung forth!! Adult sized leaves in a baby tree size!