It's Early June and the Schroon Lake Community garden shows much promise.
Many beds have been weeded and tilled, Spring crops of lettuce have been planted, as well as some early toms, peppers, herbs and onions.
And if you've been lusting after your own little green space, you are in luck!
As of this writing three plots are open -- a new table top box and two regular beds, according to the Garden's Godmother. Sharon Piper. ( Sharon started the garden in 2011).
"We secured a grant for two handicapped accessible table top beds and that opened up some space," Sharon told Schroon Laker today.
"One table top box was snapped up almost immediately."
The beds are $15 and can be rented through the Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce Office, directly opposite the garden.
Tools are available and the garden's water supply is ready to go.
And if you are looking to fill your own garden, be sure to support the Community Garden's plant sale on Saturday (June 7. 2014) Hanging baskets, flowers, veggies and herbs are available, with proceeds going to the garden.
What's in your garden this year? Tell us in comments!