Earlier I said that maybe I went a little overboard with the buckwheat this year, but now I don’t think so. I’ve always liked baby’s breath, and to me the bigger clusters of white blooms on buckwheat are just as enjoyable. And, as part of edible landscaping, these make a nice contribution to our favorite pancakes. So, without further ado, here are some shots of our buckwheat in bloom in pockets around the front, side, and back yard. P.S. We’re also up to 175 pounds of produce!
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