Every year, my mothers garden salad is different. It is an amalgamation of whatever leaves, flowers and berries are edible at that time of yea, and often includes stems and a confused snail or two.
It's range is a testament to the potential biodiversity of our diets, and it in this vein I decided to map the plants that I was eating and document them. Above is the result of my research, with each of the plants that were in the salad at that time of year.
Below is a scaled, comprehensive map of the garden. The larger map with a key shows the salad plants, the smaller map is of all the plants in the garden, and the photo shows my original drawings.
6 months later I was back in the garden in autumn, and I collected and catalogued as many of the salad seeds that I could as a living record which could be planted elsewhere.