Our first yellow plum
never made it to the fridge
sweet juice drips down chin
The Comfrey is very happy. Got a pair of 2" plants in March and now they are approaching 3'. The leaves are good for skin salve, the roots have been used traditionally for broken bones (it's also called Knitbone or Boneset). It makes a great green manure and compost tea ingredient as well.
Our lawn is now about 50% "weeds", many of them edible. This is Narrow-leaf Plantain. We've been juicing it and eating it in salads. The bees like it too. Supposedly if you chew one and put it on a mosquito bite, it takes the itch away. I need to try that on my 47 mosquito bites.
And here's a link to an artist that I recently discovered and love - Sarah Applebaum. She makes wildly colorful environments out of recycled afghans, knitting, felting and weird needlepoint projects from thrift stores.