I was struck by how well-cultivated the crops were at Dunsmuir Gardens, a community garden of 127 plots farmed by some 180 members, located at Blackie Spit Park in Crescent Beach, Surrey.
The remaining seasonal herbs, flowers, vegetables and fruits were flourishing thanks to their attentive caretakers who are not only putting healthy food on the table they are seeding a sense of their personal well-being in the process.
I could see that summer was softly but emphatically leaving and another season was stirring. My earlier visit at a different time of year HERE shows just where this garden is headed. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy my recent brief walk amid the blooms.
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