My back yard garden is breath taking with beautiful lush and juicy strawberries growing near the house. Big purple grapes climb the trellis alongside my gazebo. Miniature peach, orange and me trees encircle the Gazebo. Along the far right side o my back yard and alongside my privacy fence grows kale, spinach, bell pepper, tomatoes, white, yellow and green squash, radishes, lettuce. broccoli, cauliflower, and watermelon. Cant elope grows near the house. Other fruit trees grow but are not yet in bloom. Soon, we will have an abundance of banana and pineapple. Vines of Black berries and blue berries. Shallots, Green onion and purple onion will be in plentiful supply. There is little in my back yards that can not be consumed. Even the mushroom that grow are edible. A lush garden of salads� and a plentiful supply of fruits to delight anyone�s pallet. Guaranteed to please even the fiercest thirst! The deep pond my husband dug is home to some of the biggest fresh water cat fish I�ve ever seen. My husband tells me that there is a �cat� in the pond that by now probably weighs about 20 pounds! He will sure be good to eat when caught. The pond is also home to river bass and speckled trout. So, if in a pinch for food we will always have access to fish to compliment our fresh vegetables and fruit. The beautiful flowers such as lavender, thyme, fresh sweet dill, cilantro, day lily, squash blossom, Nasturtiums, chives, and basil grow in plentiful supply along the sides of the house but still in the back yard. Peppermint, sassafras, and lemon plant emit their luscious sweet aromas to remind me of the delicious tea I will enjoy. Besides the fresh vegetables, and fruits growing in our back yard and the fish in our pond we also have deer and elk that roam in our yard quite frequently.