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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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Davin took these photos of the Yardshare Garden the other day, using his iphone and an app called AutoStitch. The first image is a somewhat inaccurate representation of the garden as I believe what you are seeing is approximately 360 degrees in a straight line.
What is a yard share, you ask? Well, it works something like this: A neighbour has a yard, or a portion of a yard that they are not using, and they offer it up to gardeners in their community to use, typically with an agreement to share the bounty.
Hyperlocavore is one place to start if you are looking for a yard share in your area.
And I’ve added a Yardshare Garden tag if you’d like to follow along with the food we’ve got growing in ours.