Barry’s Garden: Panorama

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The other day I showed a few stitched panoramas taken of the Yardshare Garden using an iphone and an app called AutoStitch.

Today’s photo was taken in mt friend Barry’s backyard.

One of my favourite features in his garden this summer are the ‘Mahogany’ nasturtiums that have been going gangbusters since June (right side). Their deep red blooms look so good against all of the chartreuse foliage in that corner.

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4 thoughts on “Barry’s Garden: Panorama

  1. I love what the Autostitch did. It looks dreamy, truly.
    Those nasturtiums are beautiful. Here in central CA they only last through early summer then fry. With our very mild summer this year, I have one still flourishing in a pot. Unbelievable!

  2. I saw you on Recreating Eden a while ago. I’m into flowers not veggies, but it’s nice to know you’re around. Cheers.

  3. Nasturtiums are such useful plants, given that they are edible as well as easy to grow and attractive. If only I could acquire a taste for them… Maybe I should try cooking them. Have you tried that? They might be good in bean soup.

  4. Allison: I haven’t. They’ve always felt like a fresh flower… I’ve pushed myself to experiment a bit more with them this year, but have never even thought to try cooking with them.

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