After the harvest, the empty vines and stalks may already be beginning to brown. Draw them before you rake them out and compost them. There! You've recorded a season in your vegetable garden. And next year, you can do it all over again. Drawing vegetables, vines, and stalks is a great practice in discovering a variety of shapes and forms and how they emerge and evolve across the season—and the pages of your sketchbook!
Record an entire season in your garden, and you can flip through it during the winter to remind you of all the work you don't have to do when it's cold outside!
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