We've been working very hard in our community garden plot. We cleared out all the weeds, covered the plot in compost, redesigned the irrigation system, and have been visiting diligently every week to plant, harvest, and keep the weeds under control.
After years of seed collecting (buying and saving seeds but never planting them,) I've finally had the patience to start growing them instead of going for the instant gratification of buying starts. Some of the seeds aren't germinating, but thats to be expected since some are over 10 years old. I especially look forward to the interesting tomato varieties someone gave me years ago with names like Mortgage Lifter and Cherokee Purple. It could be a great tomato year.
January harvest tally:
16 lbs. of fresh fruits and veggies
February harvest tally:
5 lbs. of fresh fruits and veggies
March harvest tally:
8 lbs. of fresh fruits and veggies
29 lbs. of fresh fruits and veggies
We live on a 1/10th acre lot and rent a 20x20 foot community garden plot.