Garden Linux uses an unusual version scheme: releases use a major version number that is derived from the “gardenlinux epoch”, and should ostensibly reflect the number of days since April 1, 2020 (although in reality, the major release numbers are off by a number of days).
Minor releases are numbered with incrementing integer minor version numbers. They tend to include mostly bug fixes, as opposed to functionality updates or new features. For example, 934.6 was a Garden Linux release that fixed several security issues in the 934 release series.
Garden Linux runs on the latest longterm release Linux kernel version available at the time of a major release. For example, Garden Linux 576 includes the Linux 5.10 kernel, whereas Garden Linux 934 includes Linux 5.15.
Garden Linux defaults to using the Podman container runtime.