Here’s what your local LLWG has been up to so far this season.
In late winter, the windowsill garden waits. Tomato seedlings; recently awoken fig; garlic and onion sprouts, all stretch toward the sun and the grow lights.
Rows of hay and boards at my community garden plot. These no-dig methods have engaged the curiosity of many passers-by. If all goes well, the garden will grow into its beauty as lush carrot tops, leeks, marigolds and kale fill the spaces. Will the seeds in the hay take over and choke out everything else? Will hundreds of snails hide under the boards and munch my garden to bits at night? Stay tuned!