This chart will be spectacular for our major planting on Sunday!
We’ve started the planting for the season, and herbs in the Women’s Center! Thank you to everyone who has helped out so far :)
Hi grand gardeners,
This Friday 3/1 3:20pm-4:40pm at the Penn Women’s Center, we’ll be hosting our Spring Kickoff event. There will be snacks and drinks, planning for the future, and planting of indoor herbs! Get hyped :)
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Peas are perfect in school gardens because:
1) They come in their own wrappers. In terms of food safety—-winners!
2) Peas are one of those foods whose “fresh” version and “canned” version are radically different. If you’ve only had those nasty little canned ones, fresh peas seem like a whole new food.
3) You can’t plant enough peas. My experience is that kids love to search for them on the vine, pop them open and eat. Every year I plant them I resolve to plant ten times more the following year.
4) As nitrogen-fixing legumes, you can chop up the plants after they’ve produced and dig them in to improve the soil.
5) Peas can be put in the ground early (Valentines Day here in Julian) so kids can plant and harvest during the school year. (Because some vegetables ripen in the summer, plants whose entire cycle can be…
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University of Pennsylvania composting project to re-start soon!
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Not only is it good for the earth…but it makes your gardens oh, so pretty. Can you tell we are ready for spring over here?
It is easy to get started…be on the lookout for more great info about gardens and healthy foods!