During the fall semester, the Environment and Ecology Knowledge Community has been working with the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Binghamton, NY to create an inclusive community garden for the church’s food pantry. 135 more words
Another small selection of plants made by year 5 this time.
Picking out unusual plant and flower and plant names from the ‘mystery bag’ first the pupils then drew out a design of how they visualized their plant might look. 48 more words
Sheet mulching is the laziest, effective way to convert lawn to Eden. The secret is in the soil. Invasive limu (seaweed), EM water, compost teas, composted chicken manure, fish emulsion, bokashi are all excellent soil boosters in that they attract microorganisms that help your plants protect and feed themselves. 515 more words
Join us this Saturday 22nd November for bulb planting in partnership with Grieveship Residents Association (GRA). GRA have bought some bulbs and the plan is to plant them around the Marwick Playing Field playpark and around the Community Garden entrances and car park. 48 more words
This Sunday (23rd November) we’re organising a gardening afternoon in the Community Gardens at Mount Tabor. Since September there’s already been quite a bit of work done, preparing the gardens in readiness for next Spring when we can use them to start growing in earnest. 146 more words
Ladies hard at work implementing the design ^^^!
It’s been over a month since we’ve shared our garden goings-on, so here are a few words and a few photos to keep you in the loop … 419 more words
Even though the calendar says summer
is winding has wound down, it seems like my garden is was kicking into high gear in the fall. 63 more words