I had to restart my garden this November. Most of last year, I had my vegetable garden in the side yard, outside the backyard fence, where my dogs couldn't dig it up. Then a neighbor complained about the messy look of it and the city made me mow it down.
So. My lovely husband made me a sturdy garden fence in the backyard to keep the dogs out, but it wasn't up until prettty late in the year, so all I have growing now is some pretty small greens. Still, there were enough to harvest this week. There was a total of 12.5 oz of mixed Red Russian kale, Tai Sai Chinese cabbage, and arugula. The bunch below went into our dinner tonight.
The next photo is a local harvest, from the orange tree in my sister's backyard. My husband estimates we picked about 60 lbs. Beautiful.
Those oranges were juiced and filtered into a carboy for orange wine. It looks dayglo orange, doesn't it?