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Flower vs. Veggie Gardening: Sometimes You Get Both

There's been a lull here at Hungry Times Two (staring at computer all day for work, or job-search), but a recent community garden visit inspired this post.  I always joke that I hate yard work/landscaping and love gardening because you can't eat mown grass and tomatoes are worth the effort. In essence, it's the debate between flower/ornamental gardening and fruit/vegetable gardening.  There's definitely one crop that achieves a beautiful, edible balance between these two camps: okra!

We're growing a red okra (delicious when grilled) and this lovely flower's currently on one of four okra bushes (below).

The okra shot was taken with a chain link fence in the foreground, which keeps out riff-raff (rabbits, squirrels, etc.) and is also supporting our prolific burpless cucumber plant (below).

We've had a bumper crop of cukes and yellow squash, which we've discovered grows FAST in just a day or so!  Erin made sure to document "Attack of the Giant Squash!" (below)


  1. "Burpless"????!? Also, great shot through the chain link fence....that's a skill set!!

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