At a children’s center garden, woodchucks ate the vegetables they’d planted. Only the watermelon was spared.
So Irina Markova, who has been gardening here for three years, brought children to the Garden at 485 Elm for a midsummer visit.
Irina said they would cook and bake with the veggies they harvested, though the children wanted to eat the carrots and beans raw. Still, they spent most of their time among the flowers.
Afterward, our visitors asked when they could return to the garden.