As always happens when gardeners get together here, magic happened. Well, the magic of hard work plus the natural environment.
Saturday’s workday was about planting alliums. We have six rows of onions, including Walla-Walla whites, yellows, shallots, leeks, and bunching onions (scallions).
Every day in the garden touches multiple areas. Chris, Ned, and John headed next door to take our neighbor up on his offer of dirt left behind from a large dead tree he had removed.
Laura and Cindy dug up herbs from the garden while John tilled beds outside the fence. Most of our herbs are becoming fields of herbs, interspersed in our 2015 riverside planting project with Friends of the Winooski River and US Fish & Wildlife.
And now, back into the garden we go: