Remember, the leaves may be browning, but it’s still not too late to get perennials in the ground to overwinter.
If I’m replacing the small (about 10 feet deep) lawn in front of my house with something other than grass, what might it be, other than a garden?
To plow a field, you just click a patch of grass. To plant seeds, you just click again. Harvesting and selling the crops at market takes just a few more clicks. Potatoes take 2 days from planting to be harvested.
What this photograph shows to me is that there is a lot of room for the greening of our world’s cities.
If the Secretary of Agriculture can’t even organize the planting of a vegetable garden, then how can he reasonably lead an organization with responsibility for an entire nation’s food policy?