It’s spring lots going on this month the compost class was great if you missed it last Saturday, great information from Tom Bartel growingfoodwell.com. Check his website out if you missed it.
This month we will be going over plans for the plant exchange and asking for volunteers to help with all the fun and plants.
Kami will be bringing the onions too if you are looking for things you can plant already, onions are one of the easiest and for club members they are a great price.
See you all at 6 in the garden!!
We had a fantastic seed exchange and soil block class a couple of weeks ago and look forward to another soil block class soon. Probably on April 15th 12-2 if we have enough interest. Plant exchange is coming up next month on May 19th and we will need everyone’s help to make it a huge success again. People come from all over for this event and there are so many wonderful plants to take home! I have Spring Mountain Growers list for this year! She will have a terrific selection of the most fantastic plants available. Let me know if you want a peak at the list 🙂
Hope to see you all soon!
Hard to believe our gardening season is over with, mostly. You may have a few things hanging on, and or you may be planting garlic for next year. Time to clean up and put up this year.
Our annual Garden Club Potluck is this Tuesday. Bring a dish, bring the family, bring some dinnerware and come join us. Some people are bringing seed to share, bring some if you like. Let us know how your garden did. What plans do you have for next year.
If you have a bed in the Library garden and want it next year we ask that you pay and sign up at this meeting.
See you there!
Hope you made the festival, it was nice to see so many new faces and some we had not seen in awhile.
Harvest season is upon us, mornings are a little cooler. Watch out for those early frosts that are likely this month and next. I know you don’t want to think about it, but try not to let it affect your garden if you can help it.
See you all Tuesday .
Well we thought July came fast and now it’s August. Your gardens should be at their best and most productive. The weeds are the hardest to keep up with.
Come join us to talk about the Zucchini Extravaganza going on Sept 10 Starting at noon. It benefits the garden club so come sign up to help in anyway you can. What great recipe are you going to try and bring to the event with your zucchini? We welcome them all.
We will also be doing some garden cleanup so the walkways look their best for the herb garden walk through on Thursday the 17th.
Lots going on this time of year come see and hear about these events. We love to see you all there.