Community Garden to Grow at Kunjani Cafe
Kunjani Craft Coffee and Gallery, in conjunction with the educational nonprofit Firefly Within Foundation, have begun the Kunjani Community Garden Project, an organic 10-by-14-square-foot garden featuring a vertical herb garden, potted peppers, vegetables, fruits and flowers, all from organic heirloom seeds, located behind the Kunjani Cafe building, in Naples.
The community may participate in building, cultivating and harvesting the garden, and donations are being accepted to purchase supplies. Every season, different plants will be introduced into the garden, according to their time of harvest. The intention of the project is to share the bounty with the community and teach residents how to implement their own organic gardens at home, no matter how much space they have.
Location: 780 Seagate Dr. For more information, call 239-980-3257, email Info@FireflyWithin.com or visit Tinyurl.com/KunjaniCommunityGarden.
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