Kelsey Hagglund fell in love with gardening when a group of friends convinced her to move to a historical heritage house in quaint Maillardville. The grounds needed a lot of tender love and care and came with a vacant food plot and fig tree. Having grown up around gardens, Kelsey took on the task of ensuring the plants survival. Not only have they survived, she now sells figs to family and friends because of an over abundance of fruit produced by the trees. To her, gardening is an experimental adventure with lots of trial and error. Her ambitious crop this year? Quinoa.