With the varied weather in Southwest Georgia, and as we move into the height of growing season, it is vital that all vegetables and other plants receive sufficient water. Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO Stuart Perry plays close attention to the daily scheduled watering of all plants on campus, including those at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market.
“Sometimes God will water our gardens and plants,” Stuart observes. “We try to keep our prayers for his care in our market. We need all of the help we can get to make our produce look the best.”
He points to a group of plants (pictured above) and continues, “These winter plants do not look watered, but the last rain beat them down and made them look limp. But they will perk up and look good again.”
At Perry Wellness Center, there is nothing more basic than “God watering” for hearts, souls, and growing plants.