Saturday, May 8, 2010

In Other Community Garden News




Our St. Bernard Community Garden plot is full of broccoli, onions, kale, collards, swiss chard, potatoes, lettuce, peas, cilantro, spinach, tomatoes, peppers, beans, herbs, sunflowers, and marigolds (this pic was taken before the warm season crops were put in).
I also just found out that a fellow Philly blogger, Doris of Doris and Jilly Cook, has a plot in this garden too! We're meeting for coffee and a jam exchange next week!



Our Woodlands Community Garden plot is full of potatoes, kale, escarole, chives, leeks, lettuce mix, cilantro, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil, dill, and herbs (again, photo taken before summer crops).

We had a few arborists come to trim the trees at The Woodlands (for free!! they're friends of one of the gardeners), and we now have room for six more plots. Everything is moving right along . . .



2 comments:

sonrie said...

I love watching all your garden plots grow! We'll have to compare progress through the summer.

Nicole said...

Yippeee! So much garden magic in this and your last post! Love those kids shoveling compost---what a different perspective on life you get shoveling compost than playing video games or watching tv!