Photos and story by Kristen Bach
Just a handful of years ago, the sweetest little garden appeared. It easily is one of my favorite places in town to visit. Tucked away behind a church and neighborhood, this secret little place is one of the best-kept secrets in town. Over the years, they have cleared this valley from kudzu vines and made the most immaculate garden. Their system is so organized with rain barrels to collect and distribute water, compost piles to collect waste and nourish the plants, and, of course, a growing museum of treasures found in the clean up. I always will treasure this little garden.