Tour around a daycare garden to see what type of garden beds we are using for teaching preschoolers and toddlers in the garden.
Have you always wanted to start a garden but just weren’t sure how to start? Does spring weather make you wish to get your hands dirty in the garden? Is your neighbor's garden the envy of your eye? The easiest way to learn is to take a class that will guide you through the basics of where to start, choosing a site, preparing your soil, knowing what to plant and how to grow it.
Ripe juicy tomatoes, delicious sweet corn or crisp lettuce. It's possible for anyone that has a small backyard to grow surprising amounts of vegetables.
Growing your own food is one of the most rewarding things you can do. While starting a garden may sound intimidating to some, nearly everyone can grow a few herbs, fruits, or vegetables. And as gardening pros know, nothing beats the freshness of a crisp vegetable right off the vine, a sweet fruit plucked from the tree or a savory herb from your window box. When you grow your own food, not only do you get the freshest food and most delicious flavor, you also get a lower grocery bill and the satisfaction of a job well done. You’ll also know EXACTLY what has been on your food and you’ll know you have the healthiest food possible!