Tag Archives: vegetables

What’s Growing at the Fruitful Field- Sept 2010

Collards, Haitian Spinach, Eggplant, Lemon Grass, Persian Lime Figs, Bananas, Papaya, Sweet Potato, Basil Moujean Tea, African Okra, Lagos Spinach, Beans

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Rainy Friday, yes, but Saturday is supposed to be sunny

If Saturday is sunny please plan on joining us by working on some great garden projects. Certainly the plants are well watered!

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February and March BIG EVENTS– meanwhile plants keep growing

Parkway Tedder Community  Garden is bursting with activity right now. Between (1) the “Tea in the Garden” fundraising event coming up February 27th (see below and on our Facebook group) and (2) the “Leadership Workshop” coming up March 20th (see … Continue reading

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Leadership Workshop

Discover new ways to Celebrate Creation and Build Creative Communities A One-Day Workshop at Parkway United Methodist Church Pompano beach, FL on Saturday, January 30th 2010 from 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM (including lunch) Leard how a small struggling church … Continue reading

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Celebrate With Us!

Everyone is invited to see the gardens, enjoy the entertainment, refreshments and fun activities! Saturday, October 10 from 9AM-1PM See the new Food Forest and discover why it’s there. Find out what “permaculture” really is. Learn about community gardening and … Continue reading

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Trees, Paths and People

“We are doing this project in big part for people we have not met, or may never personally meet, in fact some of these people may not even be born yet– these trees are an investment in a bigger future. … Continue reading

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