Vegetable Photos from my gardens and travels. I am new to photography and have become passionate about taking pictures of gardens, vegetables, fruits and flowers. Enjoy my pictures. Each picture also has a link to growing the veggies.
Kholrabi - futurist looking vegetable which I love to eat raw.
Lovely red tomato - tasty and sweet great eaten raw or cooked into a sauce.
Green Cabbage - Cool season crop used for cabbage rolls and coleslaw.
Savoy Cabbage - softer leaves great for cooking or eating raw as replacement for flour or corn tortillas.
Nice BIG cabbage.
Red Cabbage - cooked red cabbage brings back memories of my Polish and German dinners.
Leaf lettuce - easy to grow, easy to make into a colourful salad.
Carrot tops - the orange roots are growing underground :)
Carrots hugging LOL. A rocky garden is often the cause of cool root shapes.
Shelling peas - these need to be peeled; some work, but so tasty once done.
Peas - all different sizes and they can be eaten fresh or can easily be frozen.
Snap pea - no shelling here, these have a tasty shell and peas that can be eaten together.
Broccoli - popular veggie that Mom's want their kids to eat.
Lacinto Kale - green thin leaves, tasty to eat raw, cooked or can be frozen.
English Cucumber - a variety that grows long and can be eaten without peeling. My favourite.
Cauliflower - beautiful tasty white vegetable. Now used even used to make pizza crust.
Patchwork garden growing onions. Photo taken in India.
Young onions growing as a bunch.
Red onions - sweeter and more colourful variety.
Squash - so many varieties, I think this one is hubbard squash.
Celery - some feel this is one of the most difficult vegetable to grow. It does take extra work but can be worth it.
Beets - easy to grow root crop.
Yellow Peppers - spicy, hot great in chili or curry.
HOT HOT pepper
Another HOT pepper
Mixed Salad greens fresh from my community garden.
Harvested chives - tasty herb that I use in salads and stews.
Basil - one of the most popular herbs to grow and use.
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