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Ecology of neighbors

It's nasturtium season, and April's lead-in to overabundance is abundantly on display in the patio of my next-door neighbors Iva and Matt. This picture was taken a couple of days ago. Later the same evening, my family ate chard grown in Iva and Matt's kitchen garden. We gave them eggs made by our chickens (and fed those chickens chard stalks, which they eschewed in favor of apple cores and weed clover). It's been a rich season these past few years, neighbors-wise, on our street.



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