In October, during our trip to the U.S., I poked fun at a Bradford pear tree (happily?) missing from the grounds of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) building on the National Mall.
But I did like all the other American specimen trees there — and the demonstration vegetable and flower garden on the corner of 12th Street and Jefferson Drive, S.W., (across from the Smithsonian Metro stop).
I particularly liked the seating in what appeared to be an outdoor classroom.
Earlier this year, an interesting 15-year plan was announced to turn all the green space (and parking lots) surrounding the USDA building into a “People’s Garden,” focusing on sustainable cultivation. You can read more about it here.
2 thoughts on “Garden classroom, Washington, D.C.”
Turning green all the space possible is a must nowadays in every city
I’m really looking forward to watching this project and the one behind Smithsonian Castle grounds develop.