“It’s something I don’t normally do, but I’d like to get into it,” she said.
Garone encouraged her young charges to notice the different vegetables as they carefully meandered along the garden paths as rain began to fall again.
The children have planted tomatoes, peppers, sunflowers and other crops.
“I love this place,” Ally Abrams, 11, said. “My Nana had a garden, and here you can get out and do stuff, help the community and feed people.”
In past years, the young gardeners have enjoyed a season-end meal using up all their produce from the garden.