Home Grown Garden at the Black Mountain Home for Children is now in its seventh year thanks to members of First Pres and Christ Community Church in Montreat. This year we've been offered the opportunity to work alongside men from Good Works, parishioners from our neighbor Trinity Episcopal's Church of the Advocate. Come join us this Wednesday, June 28 from 6 - 8pm when Good Works will be working at the garden. Evenings at Home Grown are especially beautiful!
This past Wednesday Home Grown Garden donated 19 pounds of head lettuce, two varieties of kale, kohlrabi, and wild purslane to Bounty and Soul for distribution to our neighbors in the Swannanoa valley.
A shaded picnic table and cold water (in case you forget your water bottle) are next to the garden. Come see what’s up and growing and the farm animals in the adjacent fields. No experience is needed; I'll show you what needs to be done and/or listen to and your gardening experiences. Call or email Ann Kieffer for more information: email@example.com or (828)458-2004.
Directions to Home Grown Garden: From Asheville, take I-40 East to Exit 59, Swannanoa. Turn left at the traffic light, and then right at the next light onto Hwy. 70. At the next traffic light turn left, go over the little Swannanoa River bridge, and take a right at the stop sign onto Old US 70. Follow this road for almost 2 miles to the next traffic light. Turn left onto Lake Eden Road. Look for the Garden sign before you get to the main entrance of the Home and turn right into the lower fields area near the stone silo.