Monday, February 22, 2010

Trimming Back the Buckwheat

With the heavy California rains a few weeks ago, our California native garden has been thriving. I love watching the cycle of these plants. They fall into a deep slumber late summer/early fall. After the winter rains, they awaken from hibernation and set to growing. Our Ash Leaf buckwheat (erogonum cinereum) was encroaching on our access to the vegetable garden. I set to reclaiming stairs.

With help, of course.

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