I am an old woman. My great grand parents walked from Louisiana to Colorado. I talk about the garden after the harvest festival.
I am from Rumania and I moved to Cleveland in 1919. I mistakenly thought Kim was burying drugs in the vacant lot.
I grew up on a farm in Kentucky. I work as a janitor. My wife died in a car accident and my son was killed in a shooting. Kim taught me a valuable lesson.
I am from Vietnam. I planted lima beans in the vacant lot beside my aparment in honor of my father.
My family is from Haiti. My father is a cab driver and is trying to grow lettuce to get rich. I was disappointed to catch him lying.
I am from Guatemala, I came up with Garcia's equation.
I am retired and in my seventies. The garden reminds me of paradise and also of Cleveland. I like to fix problems in the neighborhood.
I am from Atlanta. I want to plant goldenrod tea in the garden. I brought a bag of city hall so they would remove the trash from our garden.
I am from Korea. I own a dry cleaning shop and planted hot peppers in the garden. I used to be afraid of people.
I used to like to lift weights. Now, I am planting tomatoes in the garden to win my ex-girlfriend, Lakeesha, back.
I am a nurse from England. I take care of Mr. Myles because he had a stroke. I helped Mr. Myles garden by filling a barrel with soil and planting flower seeds.
I am sixteen, Mexican and pregnant. I am in a high school program for pregnant teenagers. We planted radishes and lettuce. I can talk to Leona about why I don't to have my baby. Now I realize that I am part of nature.
I am from India and I manage a fabric store. I think that Americans can be unfriendly but the garden is a place to join people together.