Urban Greening

The Carver teen garden has already succeeded in changing its immediate environment and demonstrated the benefits of urban green spaces.  Although our young plants have yet to produce (but they are working on it), a frequent morning visitor has been taking advantage of the shade and cool, soft dirt.

Look closely. He’s sitting in the mint bucket, trying to look exactly like potting soil.

 

You might need a little help seeing him.  Here, let me give you a hand:

Look! It’s NATURE.

 

The toad apparently lives under the concrete patio upon which the teen garden resides.

Making the escape to the crevasse between the patio and the building. Slowly.

 

But this terrestrial amphibian is also welcome to chill in the dirt at our place.

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