Yes this is a photo of my vegetable garden!

perennial veggies in July garden

It may look more like a flower border but the photo on top of this blog was taken last July of my vegetable garden.  I am growing perennial vegetables in a polyculture and, amongst other things, there are in this photo – wild rocket, oca, yam, wild chicory, garlic and wild cabbage.   The flowers are self seeded, and I think are self heal and hawksbeard.

Update March 2015

I have changed the photograph as I no longer live in the same place.

The header picture is from this photo taken in the Borderland Garden last August and features yacon, fennel, cosmos, calendula, skirret, oca, borage, Welsh onion, burdock and others.

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About Anni Kelsey

Author of Edible Perennial Gardening and avid researcher into edible perennials and associated useful plants.
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