Monthly Archives: September 2010

Garden of the Month!!

Every month, the folks in the PB Community Garden get together to discuss old and new business, share tips, and take a look at each garden. After everyone looks at each plot, they give out awards for Vegetable of the … Continue reading

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Progress!

After a few weeks of serious growth, most of our veggies looked great and we even had a pepper! However, not everything in the garden was sunshine and rainbows: something was eating our lettuce. At first there were just a … Continue reading

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Initial Planting

I might have gotten ahead of myself at the end of my last post (Research and Prep Work);I posted a picture of our fully planted garden at the end of the post, but I didn’t really explain how we got … Continue reading

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Getting Dirty

Our first big decision came long before any planting took place. Believe it or not, soil is more than just dirt, and you have to decide exactly what that means for your garden. This┬ádecision gave me the same anxiety that … Continue reading

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Research and Prep Work

Believe it or not, starting a successful garden isn’t as easy as just throwing a bunch of seeds in some dirt and showering it with water once in a while. We tried to do some research before planting, and we … Continue reading

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