Well well well… Halifax, it turns out city hall *IS* doing something that makes me proud! Let’s hope they’re behind this sweet garden endeavor because it’s Peter Kelly’s only saving grace in my eyes right now. Wait now, he may not have even noticed it’s there! Oh let’s not speculate and brew, let’s enjoy this little street treat!
Check out that zucchini! There’s also chard, string beans, broccoli, and all kinds of other treasures! (Notice my oxford comma there? YEAH, I DIG THE OXFORD COMMA.)
I can’t wait until I can add it to my morning snack routine on Argyle Street. Mmm… Little street treats that you can eat are my favourite.
This isn’t my garden, but it is an edible food source I’ve been maxing out for about 3 years now! I’ve had my eye on these wild blackberry gems for a few weeks and they’re making serious progress now! The huckleberries and wild blueberries here are also going to be quite plentiful this summer.
Better start clearing some room in the freezer for more berries!
Some little street treats for you all!
These crazy flowers are located on lower Birmingham Street here in Halifax. Aren’t they NUTS? Baby yellow pompoms on a stick protrude from each slender flower! Plus, it’s pink on the outside and orange on the inside! OH, and the barrage of flowers extend out in a circle. Love it!
Here are some wild treasures from Purcell’s Pond for you! Blueberries, blackberries, and a magenta treat.
If only I could identify that delightful little pink flower. I’m completely taken with it. Those polka dots in a circle just throw me over the edge!
Does anyone know what that tiny wild pink flower is called?
A wee trio of little street treats for you!
1;; My favourite flower sighting at the Halifax Public Gardens! I’m so impressed my iPhone caught a picture this nice!
2;; While walking to a friends house I spied this wild mushroom covered stump alongside Morris Street! HOLY SHIT, it is out of control. Seriously.
3;; Even though Mayor Peter Kelly is a total dipshit we do have a wicked looking vegetable garden in front of City Hall! Surprise! What a little treat, indeed.