It’s a good time to start the season.
That is, if the weather is conducive.
The average temperature of March is a balmy 37 degrees, and temperatures will continue to be in the mid-to-upper 40s, according to the National Weather Service.
It is a good day to visit the market garden in the town of Nogales, Arizona, a place known for its garden and farmers markets.
In March, a group of farmers and gardeners planted a garden that has grown into a national phenomenon.
At first, it was a small piece of soil planted by a few people.
But by the time the market opened in June, more than 20,000 people had come to visit and participate in a free market garden event.
We were overwhelmed with support from all over the country, said Julie Rizzo, who organizes the Garden City Garden Market, an annual event.
People were coming to us for free and we were selling produce.
They had no idea what they were buying.
What they saw was a garden in its natural habitat.
It was a beautiful place, and the people were so friendly and welcoming.
The market has grown so much that we have now started doing events with a different group of people.
We had a group that came from San Diego, they were farmers.
And I’ve been doing events in Portland and Chicago and New York City with people from all walks of life, including people from California.
It’s really an opportunity for people to come together and celebrate their love of gardening.
The garden market in Nogale, Arizona.
Photo: John Moore/Getty ImagesA garden in spring.
Photo: APA couple who grew tomatoes on a piece of land on a hot day.
Photo by Justin Sullivan/GettyImagesPhoto by Michael Buckner/GettyPhotosThe market is not just a free event, though.
Farmers sell produce from their gardens and take credit cards to spend on the produce.
A local farmer says it’s like a food bank.
“It’s like the food bank of agriculture,” said Maria Ortiz, who grew produce on a plot of land she and her husband bought in 2012.
“I’m glad I came to the market because it’s a way for people from around the world to come to our garden and support us and our family.”
The market opened on March 11, 2017, and it is still one of the biggest events in Arizona.
More than 5,000 visitors are expected to visit this year, according the Nogalas Valley Daily Sun.
There are two events each day.
If you plan on participating, you need to be prepared to walk, bike, and take a bus or train.
You need to have enough water and snacks, and bring a food cooler.
Participating is free, and if you are able to attend the first event, you get to choose the produce from your garden.
People are looking forward to seeing how the season will unfold, said Rizzos, who said she is trying to educate people about the importance of gardening in the United States.
I’m going to keep my eye on the garden, she said.
I want to see how it develops and how it grows.
It is time to get back to what we love to do.
This is a community event, so I want people to get together and see the diversity of the people and what they do here.
And it’s also a chance for people of all ages to come and support their families and friends.