what's growing at community gardens? lots of fall vegetables
Neville Place Community Gardens (Cambridge MA) and baby bok choy
white and red Swiss chard
rows of lettuce, baby bok choy and chard
shell beans, turnip
winterbor kale, purple broccoli
I went by a couple local community gardens yesterday to see what's growing. Waltham Fields and Cambridge Neville Place community gardens. Both have wonderful things still. It gives me ideas on what I can plant for late fall next year. The Brussels sprouts are very pretty. And the Tuscan kale. The big purple head of broccoli is fantastic!
In my garden, I have escarole, spinach, lettuce, cabbage, and a row of mixed greens that includes kale and bok choy. I also have the celeriac and parsnips still in the ground. Also lots of parsley and some tiny collard greens. The weather has been perfect for these recently and they're growing well.
Waltham Fields Community Gardens
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