Here's a look at some of our gardens, the bee's loving the wild onions and chives, the newly shingled shed roof at Chief Darcy Bear Garden (thank you), the raspberries, the sweet peas, the milkweed, the pollination garden, and then a few pictures of our many gardeners' gardens. Just beautiful! 👍
This treasure chest saved from the garbage is to be filled by anyone who wants to with soil and flowers, it'd be neat if they would cascade down the side, the lid will be pinned and dry soil loving plants (chick and hens) can give the lid a go.
I had the wonderful opportunity the other day of meeting Jessie Best from CHEP, what an amazing program. I was able to gather some seed and some seedlings from CHEP, and they have now been put into our community gardens. Below (1st 4 pictures) is a look at the CHEP program where they are growing … Continue reading Visit to CHEP
We have potato beetles in the Darcy Bear garden again (even with no potatoes--apparently they also like tomatoes and eggplant). I have picked several off my eggplants the past couple of days, as well as some eggs (bright orange on the underside of leaves). Fortunately the beetles' large size makes them very easy to spot … Continue reading Potato Beetle
If anyone wants to voulenteer a truck and driving then we have access to free city mulch. The Remai garden would benifit form additional mulch to keep the weeds down in path ways. If some one can do this they can contact Jessie and I directly to confirm. thanks myrtle