Find out how the Lake Elsinore community garden can grow

A gardener tends to her plants at the Rosetta Canyon Community Garden in Lake Elsinore. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Rosetta Canyon Community Garden is offering plots for Lake Elsinore residents and local organizations to get down and dirty while growing produce and flowers for themselves or others. Each 7-foot by 3-foot plot is accessible for members year round, from daily sunrise to sunset. The cost is $30 per plot for the first year with an annual renewal fee of $20 per plot.The fenced-in garden area is approximately 3,380 square feet and consists of 16 raised beds, or plots.Jonathan O. Skinner, director of Community Services in Lake Elsinore, said the purpose of the community garden was to give residents a location to express themselves and use their “green thumbs” in a secure location.“We have anything f
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