Putting the Garden to Bed

It’s called “putting to bed” because the garden doesn’t die; it sleeps. And we gardeners rest our bodies while dreaming about and …

Peak Garden

The garden lives throughout the year. It sprouts in spring, grows lush in summer, wanes deliciously in fall, and subsides beneath the …

Bursting with Herbs

Every season, the Garden at 485 Elm gives dozens of pounds of food to local organizations ensuring our neighbors have access to …