We were always taught not to play with our food, but how can you not be inspired to fiddle with your discarded tangerine skin when there is food art like this around? Granted, some of these are high on the tack-factor scale and probably helped along with a little heavy photoshopping and super-gluing – but... tell me more!
Richard Bloom Figs Bressingham, Norfolk Two and half figs on a table. A simple and rustic looking still life showing both the form and rich colour of the fruit as well as the intricate internal structure. http://www.igpoty.com/competition03/Commended_EdibleGarden_4.asp?parent=commended
Victorian kitchen gardens demonstrate just how productive a well-managed organic garden can be. Walled gardens aren't so popular now but they provide great shelter for tender plants and trained fruit trees.