Several common gardens are planted and cared for by volunteers. In a perfect year there would be rhubarb, strawberries, potatoes, corn, squash and pumpkins. This year, with all the rain and cold weather, the strawberries and corn were non-starters. The rhubarb is still too new to be harvested – its roots need three years to become well established for longevity. Our volunteers have been busy this fall so the squash, pumpkin and strawberry patches will have a much more congenial location next year.
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