In the winter garden, root crops like these “Touchon carrots” have been doing really well.
Sometimes they get a little freaky.
This fall and winter our most productive crop has been our radishes. Here we have purple daikon radishes, white daikon radishes, watermelon radishes and French breakfast radishes.
The end product makes a beautiful salad. Add pita and hummus and you have the GAR lunch!
Our beets seem to do better in the spring, but these Chioggia beets are still beautiful when you slice them.
A mix of root veggies and fennel. Perfect for grilling!
first GAR strawberry!
Meiwa Kumquats! You have to get to these fast, before Lucy sees them!
It can get cold in Galveston. Yes, that is ice in our fennel.
Tropical Milkweed seed pod. This will make more food for the next generation of Monarch butterflies.
GAR Program Manager, Sallie Barbee, works the soil for spring flower planting!