Your lettuce is going to self-destruct in the heat, your peas too. But you can keep your plot going through the whole season.
Highlights from the the garden in June 2021.
A few pictures showing what’s happening this early spring.
Some ideas for what can you plant now that we are in the first week of April.
Every year we spread wood chips on the paths between the plots.
The garden has a new sign!
Join us on Saturday, July 27 from 9 to 10 a.m. in the garden for a free education session on mid-season pruning and fall planting! All are welcome.
Join us this Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 9 to 10 a.m. at the garden for a free demonstration on dealing with pests and diseases, and disease prevention in tomatoes. All are welcome!
With what seemed like summer in the air, we held our second garden workday of the season on Saturday! The beds had been turned during our last workday, so on Saturday we did just a bit more soil prep and then planted ten berry bushes and a few handfuls of annual flower seeds. Michael BradleeContinue reading “Berry Bush Planting”
Community Garden member Margie Smith has developed a series of booklets to help educate young children about the life cycle of plants, and how to grow and care for plants. These booklets are the property of the Kerry Kohring Park and Summit Neighborhood Community Garden, but community members are welcome to use them at homeContinue reading “Resources to help kids learn about seeds and plants”