Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Harvesting winter greens and making plans for spring

We are busy harvesting winter greens, sowing seeds for spring, and making plans for summer. The mild winter has worked in our favor, we have already donated 20 pounds of greens and herbs to Esther's Pantry this year!
Radicchio, fennel, and spigarello harvested from the Campbell Community Garden in late February.

FYI: Garden plots are all full for the year, anyone who registers now will be placed on the waiting list.


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