Next in the ground -- almond, apricot and cherry trees. California Food and Agriculture secretary AG Kawamura says the Capitol garden is an example of how convenient a garden can be.
As backyards go, the Capitol grounds have become a gardening classroom. The anniversary celebration sets the stage for corporate sponsor Jamba Juice to announce grants so Sacramento schools can fund their own gardens. The harvest from the WE garden will feed the homeless and needy families. Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, in shirt sleeves, sees the Capitol’s garden as part of the greening of Sacramento.
The grove is open to all. It’s on the east side of the Capitol.