Some folks from Target came to help
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
The Giving Gardens
The mayor gave a speech for the opening of the giving gardens.
PJ and the mayor planting. Look at that golden shovel just for occasion.
most of the beds planted
PJ and the mayor at the opening of the gardens.
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Beaverton Giving Gardens 2010 progress
Awards Banquet 2010 ~ Thanks to our core volunteers and all the volunteers that are essential for the garden program.
Green Beans, Cabbage and cucumbers
July 3rd ~ We completed several plantings of tomatoes and have one more plot to plant.
It has been a wet May and June so planting has been slow.
June 12th ~ a lot of rain during the past 2 weeks but we were blessed with good weekends and lots of help to prepare the beds and plant some plants and seeds. The slugs were ravenous and ate many of our starts. This is a family friendly activity and everyone had a good time.
May 29th - The end of the 4th large work day and we have more paths in and more amendments. It has rained heavily almost the entire of month of May, and we had to cancel several work days due to the weather. The plants are going to get in the ground soon!
Scraping the the last of the black gold
off to go into the field.
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Sunday, April 11, 2010
Yay... More amendments
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Monday, February 22, 2010
Beaverton Spring garden activities
Bringing in the plant donations.
Mama Samia helping us prepare the beds for planting.
Chive Rescue 101. We gleaned chive plants and are dividing them and holding them for a few days until we get a place prepared at the gardens.
A big day of gleaning.
PJ manning the TVG Gleaner's table the Edible Garden Resource Fair
Our table at the Edible Garden Resource Fair in Multnomah Village
We finished the beds and recovered the unfinished area so we don't have to weed. Next we need mulch.
Taking a break in basking in the February sunshine.
Our surprise of the day was to find a frog on the ground. We moved him to shady part of the garden. Amazing how he got there.
Planting peas is a delicious way to add nitrogen to the soil.
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