It's a community garden at Stone Presbyterian Church in Watertown.
Things there include vegetables and spices.
Organizers began planting there 4 years ago as a way to bring people together and provide a place to grow food for those who don't already have the space.
"A lot of them are senior citizens that may not have their own land anymore and love to garden, so they can come and adopt a community garden. If people have needs, they don't have enough vegetables or fruits to feed their family, they can come adopt a plot here," said Lori Robinson, co-founder of Community Garden.
Of the 22 plots in the garden, two of them are left to adopt right now.