Want to know what your garden can grow? Check out Fort Calgary’s 10,000-square-foot community garden and see for yourself.

“We grow a little bit of everything — root crops, greens, herbs, beans, corn, cucumbers — in order to demonstrate what can be grown in Calgary,” said garden co-ordinator Eliza Potter.

The garden — which produced 3,000 pounds of produce last year — also includes some of the plants that North West Mounted Police would have grown 100 years ago, Potter said.

The garden, just behind Fort Calgary’s main building on 9 Avenue SE, is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.