July 19, 2011
There’s a street in North Park with an unusual set of front yards. Nearby gardens are planted in succulents or ancient junipers; others are lawn, or a version of lawn. But these three gardens are entirely different. They are vegetable gardens, three in a row, three neighbors that plant, weed, harvest, and often dine together. (To read the rest of the article from Saturday’s Union Tribune, follow the link).