Most of the plants grown at Geraldson Community Farm provide organic, fresh produce for nourishment — mustard greens, summer squash, carrots, turnips, depending on the season.
One row of plants waving in the breeze Saturday was purely food for the soul. A long line of tall sunflowers lining the western border of the fields on Loop Road attracted a few bees along with human admirers.
Though nearing the end of their growing season, there was a constant stream of cars filling and emptying from the gravel lot next to a barn under construction. Visitors can inquire about a membership, or check the website for dates and times that the public can purchase vegetables at www.GeraldsonCommunityFarm.org or call Adam at 792-0985.