So you want to start a community garden, eh?
1. Firstly, determine what kind of garden you want.
An orchard? A vegetable garden? A flower garden?
2. Then choose which produce your neighborhood climate is best for.
3. Make sure the garden site gets at least six hours of sunlight a day.
4. Epsom salt makes great fertilizer!
5. Use bricks and imported soil for urban areas.
6. Use environmentally friendly wooden sticks to label the herbs and produce.
7. Get the kids involved by letting them water the plants.
8. Be sure to know your garden tools!
Each garden tool serves a very different, very important purpose! Here's a great guide to showing the importance of each tool.