On a crisp fall morning last Saturday, we planted our neighborhood garlic. It’s one of our favorite garden crops because we all eat garlic, it’s easy to plant and harvest with a group, and we can watch it grow in the early spring before planting our other spring crops.
Tomatoes! Garlic! Chicken Stock!
And that’s just the beginning
The author, Eli, here with cheese squash.
At the Village Terraces common kitchen we haven’t stopped eating a diet based on local foods just because it’s February. In fact, we’re practically swimming in foods from our farm, Imani, other...
Debbie and Steve digging up garlic. Photo by Martha.
Garlic is one of the highest value plants we grow in our Village Terraces neighborhood garden – it’s one of the few things everyone eats and is expensive to buy. I especially enjoy that we plant the bulbs in the fall when it’s...
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