Hi David-I'd like to know more about your work with at-risk youth. I think it's wonderful that you are doing this. I'd like to invite you to join my new group, Environmental Zoo where you may express your concerns, solutions, ideas, or anything else you'd like to share. See you there?
David: Thanks for the update. Did you plants plants or seeds? I always planted some plants to get an early start for winter vegies, as well as seeds to keep the vegies coming in after the early planting of the starts, that way I'd have later ongoing vegies into the spring. This works for the lettuce, kale, broc and others. I'll write something about my first Seattle garden, which is about the same as in Gainesville. Good luck with all the plantings. Enjoy it all. Sh'mal
Your Fall planting sounds good. I planned to have mine done by now but I caught a stomach bug on the plane back from Ireland Saturday and I am still feeling buggy. It should pass soon. Will you take pictures of your garden for Zoobird? It would be nice to follow the growth. Where did you get the seeds? How did you till the soil? Did you do anything about the weeds like put down a layer of plastic?
I can't wait to get back to normal! I hope to see you at Indigo's Fall Planting Festival workshop Saturday.