The garden behind Laurenzo's is coming along even better than I could have ever imagined. I paid a visit the other day, and Jeff Hilson was hard at work putting up trellises and spreading good vibes to the plants.
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It was pretty awesome. I saw some artichoke sprouting out of the rich, black soil along with some tomato plants and a dozen or so micro-greens. The word "beautiful" is not the word I want to use, but it is the first one that comes to mind. I hope I am one of the first people to eat in this garden in the following months when it is ready.