We have lots of photos and instructions to share with gardeners here. I’m going to post this one publicly for easy sharing with gardeners, and so you can learn more about how a cooperative CSA-model community garden works from the inside.
Bed 1 – PEAS & BEANS: Ripe and ready and soooo plentiful. Please keep picking! Pick more than you’ll eat and leave the rest in a basket under the shed awning.
Bed 9 – Cucumbers. Pick and take as many as you like. Please keep picking.
Box in Bed 8 – Bok Choy. Kale &
Bed 2b CHERRY TOMATOES: All colors are ripening daily. Enjoy orange, black, red, and super-sweet yellow pear tomatoes. Pick as much as you like.
Box in bed 8: Dill & other herbs continuing to be delicious. More down in the herb garden and coming up as little surprises in other garden beds.
Bed 2a GROUND CHERRIES: More are ripening daily. Pick as much as you like.
Bed 2c HOT PEPPERS: Pick as much as you want.
In bed 1e & 4f — LEEKS: Pick as much as you’ll use fresh, not enough to store. When they’re gone, they’re gone. They’ll grow until Nov. or until they’re all gone, whichever comes first.
Bed 3b-c NEW POTATOES: Red, baking, and fingerling are ready for you to dig up. SHARE: Enough for dinner each day that you pick. (Please do not pick potatoes from 2e.)
South end of bed 3d-e SWEET WHITE ONION – SHARE: Two per day per household.
Bed 2c ZUCCHINI: Look for and pick as much as you like. We’ve heard they’re late and not that plentiful. Though they were on the board to plant in May, they didn’t get planted until July. They’re here now!
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