As we near the end of November, it’s still a crazy busy time of year for the garden. We are nearly finished transitioning from our summer-fallow fields to planted rows. That means weeding and prepping beds, transplanting, weeding, and continuing … Continue reading
Noah, one of our summer volunteers, and I plucked two ripe figs from our Brown Turkey fig tree, tore them open to see the glistening pink and white flesh, and then popped them, still warm from the sun, into our … Continue reading
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Insects are everywhere in the garden, but, as our GrowCity Youth discovered on Saturday morning’s Bug Hunt, that’s not all bad news. Some are beneficial, acting as natural predators to our less-favored garden pests (like that very pretty cabbage looper that wants to eat all of the broccoli). Others help with pollination. We are especially fond of our garden spiders, which set up webs in among the tomato plants and catch stinkbugs. As it turns out, our GrowCity Youth are pretty good bug hunters, too! Continue reading
Our vegetable season may be nearing an end, but we have many reasons to celebrate. We’re holding an open house at the Garden, 9:30-noon Saturday, March 16. Come see how the garden greets spring and meet our GrowCity Youth, beekeepers, … Continue reading
We’re very pleased to announce this year’s Exclusive Farm-to-Table event on Saturday, Feb 10th starting at 6 pm at Pomodoro Restaurant–and you are invited! Join us to support the garden and the GrowCity Youth Program! This special evening features multiple … Continue reading
Pictured are a few of GrowCity interns for this year. GrowCity teaches organic farming, job readiness skills, public speaking and so much more! Stay tuned for updates.