Monday, June 29, 2015
I've enjoyed the amount of time I've had to relax and watch the various bugs fly around and march along in my backyard garden. They seem particularly unconcerned about my presence there, and I get a sense of accomplishment knowing that, by growing edible plants, I'm helping them in their daily activities as well.
It's especially noticeable this year, as I've made a variety of improvements to my garden and added a generous amount of new plants and varieties to my collection. It seems my garden is becoming more and more of an insect haven as the biodiversity of the plants I grow improves. I think that is a good thing.
That said, the "improvements" to the garden that seem to attract various pollinators were initially for my benefit, in order to increase the amount of food I can grow for my family. Today, I want to share some of the things I made improvements upon from last year, as well as some brand new techniques for this year that have helped tremendously. In this update, I will also showcase some of the plants I have been eating over the Spring season.