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Welcome! Wondering what that plant growing in someone’s plot is?  Curious about what variety of tomato your plot neighbor is growing? What about what kind of organic fertilizer they use in that really nice looking plot down the row? How about who is gardening around you? Well, you have come to the right place! This blog is dedicated to the Wells Branch Community Garden and all the happenings there in.

We all have different ideas, schedules, and knowledge and we decided that we need a place to share them. This blog is not sponsored by, supported by, or in all likelihood not viewed by the people actually in charge of the garden. It’s just us gardeners.

I’m sure that things will evolve and change as we get underway, but I envision a place where we share knowledge, keep up on what’s going on in the garden, ask questions, list resources, maybe even highlight gardens/gardeners that seem to be doing particularly well.

This is a community blog so anyone can contribute. Anyone can leave comments, but if you want to be a contributor to the blog, email us at and we’ll get you set up with access. In the meantime, take a look around and enjoy!

For those that don’t know, the garden is organic and located in the Wells Branch district of Austin, Texas. The “official” web page for the community garden is:

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 5, 2012 8:54 am

    I have some pic’s of plants in my plot, don’t know how to post them….

    • March 5, 2012 5:24 pm

      I’ve added a post with instructions on how to become an author, look for it on the right and in your email! Once you are an author, posting pictures is a snap.

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