How his garden grows!


Stan Gilliam Sr. of James Avenue, Urbana, says he’s not sure why his garden grows huge, but it does and he enjoys visually sharing his crop with readers. The summer has rendered a huge watermelon and a huge mushroom, the latter not exactly from the garden. Today’s offerings are huge sweet potatoes. He’s not sure what may be lurking on the horizon or in the soil.

Stan Gilliam Sr. of James Avenue, Urbana, says he’s not sure why his garden grows huge, but it does and he enjoys visually sharing his crop with readers. The summer has rendered a huge watermelon and a huge mushroom, the latter not exactly from the garden. Today’s offerings are huge sweet potatoes. He’s not sure what may be lurking on the horizon or in the soil.


Stan Gilliam Sr. of James Avenue, Urbana, says he’s not sure why his garden grows huge, but it does and he enjoys visually sharing his crop with readers. The summer has rendered a huge watermelon and a huge mushroom, the latter not exactly from the garden. Today’s offerings are huge sweet potatoes. He’s not sure what may be lurking on the horizon or in the soil.

Stan Gilliam Sr. of James Avenue, Urbana, says he’s not sure why his garden grows huge, but it does and he enjoys visually sharing his crop with readers. The summer has rendered a huge watermelon and a huge mushroom, the latter not exactly from the garden. Today’s offerings are huge sweet potatoes. He’s not sure what may be lurking on the horizon or in the soil.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/10/web1_Image-96.jpgStan Gilliam Sr. of James Avenue, Urbana, says he’s not sure why his garden grows huge, but it does and he enjoys visually sharing his crop with readers. The summer has rendered a huge watermelon and a huge mushroom, the latter not exactly from the garden. Today’s offerings are huge sweet potatoes. He’s not sure what may be lurking on the horizon or in the soil.