Fresh herbs and microgreens will be available at a weekly market run by Diamond Valley students.
The market begins this week at Oilfields School. Items grown in the school’s vertical garden will be for sale every Thursday from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
The herbs and microgreens are grown by students in a 40-foot long, converted sea can.
In the enclosed vertical garden, produce is grown in a controlled environment, according to information on the school’s website.
Growing plants vertically significantly reduces the amount of space needed, and the ability to control the environment enhances the growing cycle.