This bright spot on the corner of Georgia and New Lots Avenues is both a working garden providing food for the community and an attractive green space for all its visitors to enjoy. A gazebo sits beside a small arbor with a bench facing away from the street. Roses and a grapevine climb up its sides. There is an herb garden, two picnic tables, and composting facilities. Raspberry canes and honeysuckle fill the beds facing New Lots Avenue, while the back wall of the garden is planted with diverse trees from ornamental cherry to evergreens to an elegant white birch. There are raised vegetable beds containing eggplant, corn, cucumbers, and many other edibles. The variety of plantings allows the garden to maximize the growing season, with flowers, fruits, and vegetables ripening and overlapping from early spring until late fall.