Saturday, October 24, 2009

Gardening in Flint: Tasty Greens and a Whole Lot More

Any gardener will attest to the hope and joy one finds working the soil for food or for flowers. The miracle of seeds turning to tiny plants turning to a full grown plant is a joy in itself. The vegetables served to a gathering of family and friends or the bouquet on the table at the end of the day offer a satisfaction that fills the heart and soul.

A recent article in The New York Times about gardens in Flint that serve up plates of food along with healthy doses of community pride and innovation offers a reminder of what is best in gardens and all of us.

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