|Before clean up, 12/27/11|
Yesterday there was a married couple walking around the park looking at their garden and touring others. They stopped by to chat about the cold frames. They mentioned they had put in lettuce late that had not matured. Of course I made the pitch to adopt it for a community garden down town with a new high tunnel that is begging for plant starts. I must have done so well talking about winter salad greens, that instead of giving me permission to dig, they left in search of some garden fabric they had in the garage to make their own protection for the lettuce. She seemed delighted by the outcome; he rolled his eyes, being quite happy to see the lettuce succumb to the cold. Isn't that what usually happens?
|After clean up, 12/27/11|