The raised beds for disabled gardeners overflow with produce at my local community garden.
Behind is the always inviting garden shed with it rainwater tank and colorful mural by a local artist from the area's original people.
The garden is currently flourishing with quality food. Was speaking to other members yesterday who stated how energized they felt on food from the garden and how other vegetables now seemed.
These beautiful potatoes have just been dug from the one of the plots. Was lucky enough to have been given one for my dinner and it was `DELICIOUS'.
And below are some images of my current plot, the black earth in the center is where a lettuce was just removed. Gave it to another garden member and she returned it with some of the largest silver beet I have ever seen. She says her secret is blood and bone so must add that to my soil additions list.
The Brussel Sprouts are beginning to fatten out.
Last year we had no success with these at the garden but this year the soil is so vastly improved.
The soil is becoming so strong and rich, it is just a joy to see the vegetables thriving.