Garden Visit: 1/23/2013

I’m new to WordPress and I just realized that I had posted this in my personal blog instead!  This is really late, sorry!

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When I visited the garden yesterday at 2 in the afternoon, everything looked really great.  The plants already seemed more vibrant and alive than I remember from our first class visit last week.   The soil was teeming with ants and little bugs, and there were bees buzzing around the plants – signs of a healthy ecosystem.

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The strawberry patches looked especially beautiful and green; I have high hopes for them.

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I also noticed that someone had already watered the garden that day, as the soil was damp and the plants looked nice and hydrated.  I’m glad to know that so many people care about this precious hidden gem, and I’m looking forward to seeing this place blossom to its full potential.

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