Some pics of seedlings that one of our PNG volunteers has grown from seed. Beautiful!
The daffodils are in bloom in the front garden and orchard, and the garlic is coming up nicely. We finally have some warm temperatures, so it’s time to start working…
This is a reminder that an additional planting day has been scheduled for this Saturday, May 28th, starting at 10 am. Although much progress was made during the holiday weekend,…
We have had a very busy week in the garden. McKee EcoKids have planted peas and volunteers have planted everything from parsley to kale! There is still more planting to…
Green plus brown plus heat plus moisture = compost We start with organic matter such as vegetable and fruit peels, leaves and stems. We add fallen leaves and a handful…
A number of fruit trees were purchased for the garden and planted in our little orchard in June. Another plum and ear tree among them.
EXCLUSIVE Guest Author Christopher Radko: LAVENDER LOVE A timeless and aromatic plant, true lavender has been cultivated since the time of Cleopatra, who, it is said, considered it an aphrodisiac….
The Parkview Garden Expansion is in full swing. The city has been involved in the construction and saved the day by sending by the BIG rototilling guns to help us…
Red, White and Blue Potatoes? The garden is planted this season with Red Pontiac, Norland red skins, Russet Burbank, and Russian Blue potatoes.
David Peacock has designed an built two cold frames for our garden to extend our growing season. We planted them in April and gave the young plants a jump start…
Soil and Garden Preparation Dates:
Saturday, April 22, from 10:00 am until noon
Saturday, April 29, from 10:00 am until noon
Saturday, May 6, from 10:00 am until noon
Saturday, May 13, from 10:00 am until noon
Saturday, May 20, from 10:00 am until noon
PARKVIEW NEIGHBOURHOOD GARDEN
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