Read more about the article Wordless Wednesday: Late Spring Garden Excitement
Cuban oregano - a gift from a neighbor at the community garden.

Wordless Wednesday: Late Spring Garden Excitement

It's right about the time when tomato plants look like they're doing something, and we start to see fruit on squash and cucumber plants. Exciting times, gardenerds. All that work is about to pay off. Let's take a moment to enjoy the progress in our gardens, and savor the late spring garden excitement.

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Read more about the article Wordless Wednesday: Sunshine and Clouds
We're leaving a few purple artichokes to flower for the bees.

Wordless Wednesday: Sunshine and Clouds

Not all days are rosy in the garden, some days it's a mix of sunshine and clouds. This week we celebrate the clouds (pests, failures) as much as the sunshine (successes and progress). If you're feeling defeated, don't give up. Gardening is about learning from failure more often than not. Dust off and try again.

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Read more about the article YouTube: Your Composting Questions Answered
Compost is the most important ingredient in spring bed prep.

YouTube: Your Composting Questions Answered

We've received a slew of composting questions about how-to, how big, location, and even "what's it supposed to look like when it's done?" We decided to answer all of those questions in one video so you can start a compost bin right away.

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