The Daunting Task of Gardening Through South Florida's Hellish Summer
This tiny -- but pretty -- display represents the season-one harvest from a plot at the Boca Raton Community Garden.
Anyone who's maintained a garden, or even just a lawn, in South Florida knows the approach of summer is something of a death knell. The consistent afternoon showers are good for letting slackers off the hook for watering duty, but those hours when the rain relents and the sun is allowed to shine? It's literally a killer.
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