Harvest Farm Community Garden

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Starting Early

Thinking about early planting in your garden plot? From now in early February through March, you can plant asparagus, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, collards, kale, lettuce, mustard, green and dry … Continue Reading →

Starting With Seeds

Gardeners sometimes ask about using unused seeds in a package they purchased last year. Will they germinate? Bear fruit or vegetables? Certainly, the seed companies would rather you purchase a … Continue Reading →

Garden tasks in the slow season

Perhaps you’ve planted some cool weather crops – chard, kale, broccoli, lettuce – in your plot. If so, you can help protect them from freezing temperatures by covering with row … Continue Reading →

Crop rotation at Harvest Farm Community Garden

Rotating crops in your community garden plot is using a beneficial strategy on a very small scale. It’s a practice that helps minimize plant damage by planting in a “new” … Continue Reading →

Scheduling your next garden crop

The plants in your Harvest Farm Community Garden plot probably look a bit tired by now. Tomato plants have nearly exhausted their production; pepper plants have hit their peak; more … Continue Reading →

Sharing Your Garden

The Harvest Farm Community Garden recently has exploded in color. In addition to veggies, with their blooms and emerging fruits, many gardeners had added flowers – a profusion of marigolds, … Continue Reading →

Best Preventative Maintenance

The warm weather growing season at Harvest Farm Community Garden is off to a strong start. Lots of rainfall, warming temperatures and longer daylight means veggies, weeds and insects are … Continue Reading →

Springtime Nuisances

With warmer weather, you may notice some garden nuisances becoming active, among them fire ants. If you discover a fire ant colony in your garden plot – a telltale sign … Continue Reading →

Best Practice for Prepping Your Garden Plot

It’s time to start your garden. You have assembled an array of organic items in preparation: compost, mulch, pest controllers such as insecticidal soap or spinozad. All the right stuff. … Continue Reading →

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the season – for seed catalogs. Time to sit down with all the enticing offerings from seed producers to dream of the vegetables, herbs or flowers you could grow … Continue Reading →