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Ooh, I hope you get a lot of pecan trees!
What does prickly lettuce look like?  
Is there a plan for the adobe bricks?
 
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Julia Winter wrote:Ooh, I hope you get a lot of pecan trees!
What does prickly lettuce look like?  
Is there a plan for the adobe bricks?



Thanks Julia it'd be cool to see some Pecans growing.
You'll see the prickly lettuce trailing up the berm Left of the Lupine flowers in this photo. They have a red stem and leaves are kind of lobed. If it's not clear when you zoom in let me know and I'll take a picture of one and send it to you.
We're staging the bricks for now until we make enough to build something. Not sure what though.
Thank you for the awesome questions!
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Beautiful Lupine and pear above (prickly lett left of those)
 
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I see it - it really does look like lettuce.  Probably very bitter, though. At the front of the picture above I think I see some brassicas (kale or mustard or similar).
 
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I'm loving these photos!  And have comfrey and wild rose envy  Thanks for sharing with us.
 
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Here's a pic of robbie.  Robbie is currently attending the PDC - which, i think, is why he hasn't been posting more pics lately.



 
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