Shifting Seasons and Patient Plants

This is an exciting time of the year at the UGArden. Blistering temperatures are giving way to cooler afternoons and refreshing breezes, and the landscape is shifting as the growing seasons transition from summer to fall. While we’re still enjoying the end of the summer season crops like okra, peppers, and tomatoes, we’re starting to see the first fall crops taking root too. Here are some of the young plants biding their time in the greenhouse to go in the ground next and serve their noble purpose of sustaining and nurturing us and all those who receive UGArden’s bounty. 147

Brian Holcombe  |  9.20.15

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