Well, the corporate community garden that I proposed at my place of employment is finally becoming a reality, and I'm jazzed by the enthusiasm of my coworkers at Independent School Management. (See my earlier blog, Starting a Company Community Garden, for more about the proposal and plan.)
The three raised beds have been built and filled with soil, and we've already planted Sugar Snap peas, radishes, a variety of Asian greens, and a variety of leaf lettuces and romaine. We've also filled a hanging planter with everbearing strawberries.
Here are some early photos from the project.
You can also follow our progress over the growing season on the ISM fan pages on Facebook.
If your company has a similar community garden, please share with us your experiences, pros and cons. We'd love to hear from you!