Produce garden at the corner of Carroll Street and Bond Street in Gowanus
Container gardening: growing fresh produce on sidewalk at Third Street.
Container garden on Hoyt Street near Third Street.
Vegetables or fruit? Edible? I must admit that I am not familiar with these two.Whole Foods at Third Avenue and Third Street in Gowanus may impress some with its rooftop greenhouse, where Gotham Greens grows salad and tomatoes, but local residents seem to have just as much of a green thumb growing a rather surprising variety of fresh produce in and around the neighborhood.
Just take a look at some of these cucumbers, melons, peppers, and tomatoes. Even kale seems to thrive in sidewalk containers in Gowanus.
I am not familiar with the two exotic looking fruits/ vegetables from the container garden on Hoyt Street. Are they edible? Does anyone know what they are?
What is the most exotic produce you have ever grown in your garden?