|one of the perennial beds|
|Pinks, Dianthus or mineature carnations|
|Pink Oxalis crassipes|
|Moon Carrot, Sesli gummiferum|
Plus, you will see in our gardens, a strong preference for flowers that feed pollinators and birds.
|Mexican Hat, Ratbida columnifera|
Upright Prairie Coneflower
|Yarrow, Achillea paprika|
The only places we use insecticidal soap and fungicide is on the food crops. In particular the broccolini, the grape vines and the fruit trees need to be protected from fungal infections when our wind comes from the TX gulf direction.
The brassica plants - broccoli, kale, etc. get tiny beetle holes in them when they are very tiny and the bugs are too small to hand pick.
|Argentinian vervain, Verbena bonariensis|