Garden Spotting

By Melissa Petersen / Photography By Melissa Petersen | July 03, 2016
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The Kitchen Community Learning Garden at Memphis Catholic High School.

Drive or walk by any section of town and you’re likely to pass some raised beds. Out in the open or tucked out of sight, community gardens provide more than just food. Look closer and you’ll see the fruit trees that are being planted along with the beds. Like all worthy endeavors, we can’t wait to see them bear fruit.

Community Garden Etiquette - Do:

Find out who runs the garden and offer to volunteer

Admire

Pick up after your dog if you’re walking among the garden beds

Don’t:

Pick, weed, plant, deadhead, prune, or water unless you’re a part of the garden team


Community Garden Resources

GrowMemphis Community Gardens www.growmemphis.org

The Kitchen Community School Learning Gardens www.thekitchencommunity.org/your-community/memphis/

Shelby County Land Bank www.landbank.shelbycountytn.gov/community_gardens


Send us your Pictures!

Send a photo of your community garden to ediblememphis.com so that we can share with our readers.

Four hidden gardens across Memphis: Nettleton Orchard, Uptown Community Garden, St. Patricks Common Ground Garden, and the St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen Garden.
Article from Edible Memphis at http://ediblememphis.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/garden-spotting
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