I do a whole lotta web browsing looking for interesting posts for Petals and Pedals. Sometimes it takes me on a journey 12 blogs away with no trace of gardening evidence to blog about. Like this morning. . . gardening inspiration turned to interior design blogs which led me to The Selby, and just when I told myself to refocus, I came across the incredibly stylish, exponentially inspiring Annie Novak
This description is from the Growing Chefs website:
A lifelong vegetarian, Annie spends several months of the year traveling and investigating different ways people grow and eat their food around the world. She's followed blueberries and cows through New Zealand, sheep and hops through Argentina, quinoa and llamas through Peru, cassava and fish through Fiji and the Cook Islands, and chocolate through Ghana. Her current interest is to visit all the countries in the world in which one can harvest salt and grow pepper.
(Images via The Selby- lots more to see there)
Looking for more information on rooftop gardening straight from the mouth of experience? Read Novak's posts for The Atlantic. Do you dream of turning energy zapping roof tops into an agrOasis and raising urban chickens of your own?
Renee Garner has a passion to make things grow, although her brownish thumb wants her to believe otherwise. When mud pies aren't on the menu, you can find her doodling the days away at Wolfie and the Sneak.