I guess I've gotten out of the habit of posting garden photos. Here are a couple of the spring gardens at St. Aidan's, St. Mark's Lutheran, and Little Red Hen. Happy Saturday!
I guess I've been busy - it's been a while since I've posted photos. Here are a few - of harvests and of the garden..... Happy Thanksgiving week, all......
This is the latest harvest for the Diamond Diners senior lunch program, for the free farmer's market. The rosemary, potatoes and greens just keep coming!
Some of the late summer/early fall bounty from Little Red Hen - these pretty greens and veggies (which included tomatoes from my friend Nicole's garden) went to the St. Aidan's senior lunch program (Diamond Diners) this month. Such a blessing to be able to garden year-round in California...
Yesterday was a lovely day at St. Mark's garden - some highlights below.....can't wait for the bumper crop of berries we have coming!
The lettuce just keeps coming at Little Red Hen garden - just in time for the Diamond Diners senior lunch program this week. Also planted new kale and arugula. Happy almost August!
New lettuces planted at Little Red Hen - after the soil was amended and turned over with lovely compost. Red pepper sprinkled about to discourage the birds from eating delicious new greens.......
We had a huge potato harvest from Little Red Hen garden, which went to our senior lunch program at St. Aidan's (Diamond Diners.) Our plot is a clean slate now - our amazing rainbow chard and other greens also were harvested and are done for the season. Next up will be amending the soil and deciding what to re-plant. The garden seasons continue...
My friend Kris and I have been tending the St. Mark's garden for I guess about 5 years now. It's a little sliver of a garden right in the Civic center area. It is looking particularly pretty right now, as are the new plantings in front of the church. For your viewing pleasure...
Deacon at St. Aidan's