Stephanie Owens, right, looks over the garden with her son, Cole, left, Reid, top left, and Lucas, top center, as they tend to it at their home. (AP)
Tomato seedlings emerge from pellets. People who wanted to start to garden during the pandemic looked online for knowledge on how to grow. (AP)
Home gardeners bought a lot of seeds at garden centers. (AP)
Allison Sturm at the Urban Growers Collective farm in Chicago, teaches young kids and others to grow vegetables around the city. (AP)
Malcolm Evans, manager at the Urban Farm Collective, is still focusing on food production and getting produce to families that need it. (AP)
Ready? Set. Grow! Friends share seeds. Neighbors lend tools. Gardeners give tips.
Seeds sprout. Veggies grow. Victory gardens give people hope. Do you have one?