Things are going well at the community gardening project at Antrim Castle Gardens. This is our 2nd year in the gardens working as a volunteer group and we've expanded our projects to include growing more plants from seed, growing a variety of herbs and heirloom veg as well as expanding the spaces we maintain.
Left: pear trees are producing! We've apples, strawberries, currants, gooseberries and rhubarb - our yields aren't big but this means there's room for improvement!
|Above and Below: Inside the greenhouse we sow seed and move it out into the garden. Permanent plants this summer have included tomato (purple cherry), peppers, cucumbers and a grapevine.|
Below: Cherry tomatoes are beginning to ripen.
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