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PHOTO: DIY gardeners sow plots at UVic

Garden season  First-time gardeners Michelle Leary and her boyfriend Ross Kramer work in their garden plot at the University of Victoria community garden. UVic students pay $30 for their own plot per year in the newly developed garden. There’s a separate fee for water but tools are provided. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Garden season First-time gardeners Michelle Leary and her boyfriend Ross Kramer work in their garden plot at the University of Victoria community garden. UVic students pay $30 for their own plot per year in the newly developed garden. There’s a separate fee for water but tools are provided.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

UVic students pay $30 for their own plot per year in the newly developed garden. There’s a separate fee for water but tools are provided.

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