Located directly under the gazebo on the ground is floor filled with engraved bricks honoring loved ones, community leaders, and respected figures. The dedication bricks are in honor of those who have donated for the funding of the garden and active members of the community. These bricks add insight to the funding of the garden and add a beautiful touch to the atmosphere of the gazebo!
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Exterior Digital Record 4 – Garden Gazebo
Located directly inside the middle of the garden is the beautifully built gazebo. The whole garden is centered around the gazebo which has a beautiful brick walkway and built in seating on all sides. The gazebo is a great peaceful environment to come sit, relax, and enjoy nature that is in the garden.
Exterior Digital Record 3 – Edgewood Sign and Sandbox
The Edgewood sign located on the far back fencing of the garden is a vital component of the garden. The Edgewood sign is painted in a fun and colorful manner to indicate its open environment for kids and also associating aspects of the garden into the image fruits and vegetables such as grapes and tomatoes painted into the image. The garden also has a small sandbox area in which kids can come and play in.
Exterior Digital Record 2 – Chicken Coop
Located on the far back fencing of the middle left side of the garden is the Edgewood Community Learning Gardens very own chicken coop! This chicken coop houses approximately 10 chickens including two beehives that are located inside the chicken coop. The chickens help the bees survive by eating beetles that get into the hive and destroy it, which intern results in the healthy bees pollinating the garden to help keep it growing.
Exterior Digital Record 1 – Veggie Beds
Within the Edgewood Community Learning Garden you can find a vast array of vegetation and natural resources located throughout the area. This is an image of a few of the gardens nine vegetation beds, berry bushes, mushroom logs, and compost bins. These veggie beds are located immediately to your left as you enter the garden and have signs placed at the head of each bed indicating what each plant in the veggie beds are! The veggie beds are open for all to come look at and observe.