We did it! Our team of volunteers groomed the Garden beautifully on Saturday morning, March 3. In two short hours, we cleaned up the beds and paths:
Cut out, dug up, and removed old fava beans:
Carted multiple loads to the compost bin . . .
. . . we had so much compost material in the bins, we moved finished soil to the Garden beds and even made an extra pile of almost-ready, worm-rich compost near the raspberry brake.
Meanwhile, we also tied up a rich plot of peas, all a-blooming and a-podding as we worked:
That wasn’t all! Bean seeds planted by 6th grade science were given a little help, flowers were trimmed, and a good time was had by all. Many thanks to all who attended!
Don’t forget our next Garden Work Party at Davidson Middle School: Saturday, April 21 (Earth Day!), 9:30-11:30 am.