My family is a family of gardeners. My dad and youngest brother are cultivating a great vegetable garden and my mom has various garden projects around my parent's 5 acres in Battle Ground, Wash. On top of all this the wild plants on the uncultivated areas add to both the fruitfulness and the beauty of this land. Some pictures below:
A sugar-snap pea flower
Young corn-silk, with morning dew
Salal berries - these grow wild in the hedgerows. A tasty wild treat that was a staple of the Native Americans who inhabited the area.
Wild rose hips - not quite ripe