Gardening Articles and Videos
Garden Update, Wednesday, June 1
6/2/2011 | Sheryl McGlochlin
3300 B Garden:
A good crew dug up the salad greens from this garden and transplanted them in the greenhouse in Holladay A Garden. They'll do much better with all the other salad greens in this garden.
South Jordan A & B Gardens:
3 of us marked these 2 large gardens so it will be easy for everyone to know where the furrows need to be placed. If you ever want to know what a large garden of SUPER, INCREDIBLE, RICH, SOFT, BEAUTIFUL SOIL looks and feels like, you MUST come and help us make furrows in these 2 gardens! One of the great blessings of having several gardens in the Salt Lake valley is becoming more familiar with all the different types of soil to work in.
Come over and help dig furrows ANYTIME between now and Saturday. You will know exactly where to dig, based on the strings to mark the furrows. There is also an example, at each garden, of what each furrow needs to look like. Email me if you are able to go over there.
Holladay A Garden:
Carmen worked a very tedious, detailed job by transplanting all of our little tomato plants into bigger containers. We have 400 tomatoes we are growing from seed! This is a big job that she will continue on Thursday evening.