Thank you to Barbara, Dorota, Ewa, Matt, Pete, Cathy, Rene, Marcy for your hard work today…
Dorota – Our Orchard Steward –
She feeds us well. She brought in these delicious beauties for the hard working garden stewards! See how our community garden is thriving.
Well done – all before the start of June hot days! Thank you to Dorota for organizing the apple socks and the delicious muffins and Barbara for bringing and making the wooden apples, also Marcy for taking photographs for us. You are the community in action.
What We accomplished: • Watering • Weeding • Planting • PruningApple socks and traps.
Thank you everyone for your time today. Catherine LEGS Garden Coordinator
At long last, the weather has turned into warm and sunny support that we need to grow our wonderful plants, to grow our food, to grow our community.
For a while there, the nights turn cold and then the days we get hot and then there was wind and then there was rain and our gardens were all getting a world wind of activity. Did you find that May was quite a disturbance? It was touch and go there for a while wasn’t it? Did you put sheets on top of your raised vegetable beds?
Our garden is flourishing
Have a look at the wonderful work that is growing in our community garden farm, in our community.
If you can: donate a few extra plants to LEGS. Drop off at a location near you. See Below. Some people to not have plants to donate, so they make a small donation to LEGS instead. (above) That is why we really need extra plants. Please see what you can spare from your garden, to help us out!
If you need plants that you are donating to be picked up, or have any questions, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make arrangements and answer any questions that you may have.
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Every year we get a donation of spring bulbs that find their way into the urban parkland, via helping hand gardeners in our expaning LEGS community! Thank you to you all for such great hard labour of love. Thank you … Continue reading →