In addition to the usual weeding, harvesting and watering the areas outside the irrigation system, Blanca arranged the tomato plants inside the cages and tied them up. We also planted eggplant, pepper, leek, and Brussels sprout seedlings donated by Hilltop Hanover Farm (THANK YOU!!!). Linda brought the weed tea that Els had brewed for the garden--we will probably use it as a soil drench but did not get around to applying it yet. Gabriela applied more vinegar-based weed killer to the poison ivy at various spots and checked the compost bins. We also took care of some of the containers with failed seedlings: the soil went to the potato pots; Marcelo and Gabriela cut the cardboard containers (along with a wet corrugated cardboard box) and added to the pile of "browns" for composting.
|Ben stakes a beautiful volunteer tomato|
|Blanca and the first beet of the season!|
|Mark and Akiko brought seedlings donated by Hilltop Hanover--THANK YOU ALL!!!|
|The "beet" goes on!|
|Susan tending to her bountiful herbs.|
|Gabriela adds soil to the potato containers.|