Most of the time I notice the changing of the seasons by seeing new produce arrive at my local farmers market, the other somewhat odd place I see seasonal vegetables is a small urban garden in downtown San Francisco. I have been driving by this garden for years and I always notice what's being planted and harvested; I always like to see the bright red summer tomatoes surrounded by grey buildings. This small plot of land is called the Tenderloin People's Garden and all the volunteer-grown vegetables are given away free to local residents. It's a win for everyone.
|A Spot of Green in a Sea of Grey|