Today's sudden drop in temperature created a luminous mist as untimely arctic air danced with our warm moist soil in our winter greens house. We have let our kale and mustards go to seed to bring early season sustenance to native pollinators and to begin our seed saving program. The kales are hybrids and should revert to a range of their original parents. It will be interesting to see. Those beautiful yellow flowers are Yukina Savoy, an Asian mustard - both delightedly fragrant and delicious equally wonderful in my flower vase and salad bowl.