Garden seeds arrived yesterday. Another reason to wish it were spring. I’m looking forward to filling the yard with vegetable plants and flowers, and passing on a useful skill to our son. Gardening is also a wonderful way to share with others. Consider these opportunities:
The Dinner Garden is a new non-profit that’s championing gardening as a solution to hunger. They accept donations of unused seeds and pass them along to individuals who can use them.
Ed Hume Seeds’ “Plant a Row for the Hungry” program gives a free packet of seeds to people who wish to donate garden produce to a food bank or soup kitchen.