Pineapple sage has an exotic looking bloom. My observation developed by happenstance, being that our pineapple sage plant generated a flower pod before I used the leaves and I decided to let it flourish so I could see what it looked like. And I am a happy planter (I was going to say camper but planter is much more fitting, ha ha), because is it a lovely flower! By the way, pineapple sage does have a flavor that hints of pineapple...can't wait to use it when cooking (pork would be a likely suspect), but in the meantime, I'm enjoying the elegance of this enticing bloom.
felled have been turned into weed squashing mulch. Now I have to go hunting for more branches to turn into tiny pieces of wood! I did actually begin to put mulch between the watermelon and squash plants (you can't see the sprouts, but trust me, they're there!), but there is still work to do there, and in the walking rows between the plants (see the pic above).
All in all, another great day working in the garden. But you know what? I'm glad we're out of wood, because we are both quite exhausted by this project that has taken us 4 days so far. I am absolutely positively sure we will be sleeping very well tonight (that is as long as our aching muscles don't keep us up!).
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