Austere allelopathic Australian army soldiering on littering pods and leaves so nothing else can stand. A windbreak for the parsley and celery and cilantro standing in the wind and watching the cars go.
There's no water in the Sespe or the Santa Clara for most of the year (and don’t get me started on the Los Angeles River). But this is normal to me because I have seen the Santa Clara River flood over the top of the bridge and send oranges floating down the roads, turning the roads into a river when normally the river can be a road.
This time of year the zucchini bark like low-slung dogs and grow rings like a tree. You can age them by sawing them in half and counting the rings. Yep, this one's old and woody. Yesterday it was the size of my pinkie. The tomatoes laugh so hard that they split in the
There are secret nurseries around here where you drive your truck on in and you may be able to talk to a little boy who comes running out with dogs and he may sell you some rosemary for remembrance, a little tycoon, agent for his absent parents.