A pretty flower graces this heat-loving Texas Hill Country Red variety of okra.
Now this is truly gross — corn earworm damage.
This ear developed without a husk.
Would you eat this?
Corn truffle, left, looks gross but is mighty tasty. On the right is the glass gem corn, which is suitable for popcorn or polenta.
A sample from the garden: sweet corn is upper left; glass gem corn is upper middle.
Would you try eating this?
Animal, vegetable or mineral?
Can you spot the goldfish? Thirsty bees are drawn to this fountain, and this midtown yard is a sanctuary for butterflies and hummingbirds.
"Pee is a great fertilizer for fruit trees! This outdoor urinal is strategically positioned to divert urine to nearby fruits trees.” So says t…