Strawberries, herbs, melons, oh, my! These are just a few of the delights that grow in the Triangle Neighborhood Garden, off Park Street, near the Bayview Center.
The garden is unique, not just for its variety of produce, but for the people that tend to it. Residents from all walks of life work together, planting exotic and uncommon foods.
“It’s an interesting garden…because there’s so many different things planted,” said Sheri Harper, Manager for the Bayview Foundation, Inc.
Okra, kale, chard, and dill are available, as are berries, squash, melons, and a variety of peppers.
All area residents have easy access to the gardens; the paths are handicap accessible, and the entrance is just feet away from the Bayview Community Center, offering a friendly invitation to participants of all ages and backgrounds.