a view of our row-crops, soy beans, green beans, and millet which is about to get cut down for a late summer planting!
hiding/pruning the tomato plants
Safflower being grown for pigment! (also known as 'bastard saffron'. It is valuable as a dye, mock spice, healthy oil, and important element in chinese medicine.
I am posting this one for my Mom, who wanted to see our 3ft tall giant marigolds. I thing we gave them too much organic fertilizer! They are a fragrant variety so its really rad to have them around, they smell really good to me and really bad to bugs. They also produce a yellow dye for fibers.