A kitchen garden.
“The French call it a potager- usually constructed in formal fashion but with an informal mix of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Typically berries were encouraged around the fringes of the potager; even a dwarf peach or plum wasn’t out of place.”
The above snippet is from the introduction page of one of my favorite garden resources.
This is one of three gardening books that I use on a regular basis.
We have had the gardening bug for a few years now, and I don’t see it leaving any time soon.
We have learned so much since we worked that first little piece of soil.
We are not quite to this level, but these gardens are lovely.
Order and beauty.
I would love to talk to these gardeners and gain some of their wisdom.
The eggplant in my garden is still steadily producing.
I managed to make that recipe I have been wanting to try.
I included a simple salad and a loaf of crusty french bread to the meal. It was a hit.
You can find the recipe here.
Inspiration garden photos can be found here: