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Picture of Indian blanket wildflowers at sunset
Indian blanket grows around the periphery of Marshall Hinsley's field of Israeli melons. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Picture of bundlweed
Bundlweed is intentionally left near a basin of melon vines in order to improve soil fertility. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Picture of evening primrose in bed of Swiss chard
Evening primrose grows in a bed of Swiss chard, attracting pollinators and creating confusion for pests. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of milkweed among rows of corn
Milkweed grows without harassment between rows of corn. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Picture of wildflowers on edge of garden
Wildflowers habituate bees and butterflies to the area where crops grow and need pollination as they bloom. Photo by Marshall Hinsley