What was once an uninhabitable empty plot full of small stones — even weeds wouldn’t grow there — has become a thriving garden. In the back there are a couple of kinds of corn, onions, lettuce, and spinach, as well as edemame, celery, broccoli, strawberries and an assortment of herbs.
In the front, a multitude of raspberry plants (enough to make the Scientist jealous) are interspersed with beans and peas.
Reva reports that the kids have gotten very engaged in the process, which has been a wonderful and unexpected bonus to the whole adventure.
Frankly, I’m looking forward to a dinner invitation in a few months time…