Thursday, May 7, 2015


Saturday, April 25, 2015
Beds with seedlings were gently cleaned of wood chips and debris.  Arugula plants were thinned and transplanted. Flowers were pinched off 
the rhubarb plants. Creeping Charlie was weeded from the strawberry plants. Tomato cages were gathered and secured along the fencing. 
Spinach was harvested for all.

Sunday, May 3, 2015
It was surprisingly warm this morning. Leek seedlings were planted as 
well as bush bean seeds and Roma bean seeds. More arugula plants were 
thinned and transplanted. Labor intensive work was done digging deep 
to remove the Canadian Thistle weeds by the fencing along the 
perennial beds. Perennial flowers were planted along the southeast 
corner of the garden. Lots and lots of weeding was done in the beds 

and pathways, and a major harvesting of both spinach beds was done 
making a contribution to Our Daily Bread possible. Thanks to Catherine 
for making the delivery.  Mushroom compost will be delivered next 
week.  No workday next week as we're well caught up and it will be 
Mother's Day weekend.

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