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June 07, 2011

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Brenda Kula

I love to hear about your community garden every year!
Brenda

Heather

That's so cool! I love the pics of your community garden and the reasons you love it so!

Only Cute Things

I LOVE community garden!

CONGRATS

XOXO

Kate

My husband and I were just talking about how a community garden would be a great thing for our neighborhood. Thank you for sharing yours.

Linda

I think community gardens are so wonderful...we don't have one, but everyone in my neighborhood has a garden and everyone shares...I love it!

Cindy@OldTimePickers

Gardening can sure bring a community together.

Becky K.

I saw a sign offering garden space for rent and thought of you and how much you love your community garden. My problem is "out of sight, out of mind". I would likely grow a jungle.....I love the photos you share of these gardens.

fjällripan

It must be great to have a community garden, lovely photos!

Jane

Love community gardens!

Honey

A ides if a community garden sounds interesting! Thanks for sharing!

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook

Love the community garden, wish there was one where I am. Great shots, I love the water pump!

Christie, Describe Happy

Beautiful thoughts to accompany beautiful pictures! Thank you for that walk in the garden!

Ciaochowlinda

How great that people want to garden and garden collectively. Good nutrition, great vegetables and wonderful community at the same time. You go girl.

Liz

Hi! Your pix look great and we are so happy to see that our corn plants were included! :) Plot #55

susan ericson


Thanks Liz...hope to be taking more pictures this weekend!

James E. Hoffman

Susan, did you know that one time our garden was run by a school teacher named Ms. Manly. She graded each of us and if you used items such as plastic or other non degradable material you received a one grade reductiion. She lived in Fair Haven and was one tough lady. Jim Hoffman

susan ericson


Hi Jim, I did not know that...so interesting. I am actually putting together a post about how some gardens differ from others. There seems to be a lot of invention (including Mr. Raevis of course) going on. I think the gardens are beautiful this year. I would love to be able to write the history of the garden, so if you have any other information that you would like to share I would appreciate it. I do know that the property used to be part of an azalea nursery, but I do not know who owned it.
Regards, Susan

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