Spring Cleaning

Well there has been a flurry of activity in and around the garden of late.  A second planting of seedlings at the Irving Centre are nestled comfortably in their recycled paper seedling pots thanks to Dan and his team. Have a look at “Recent Posts” on the right sidebar and click on Adopt -a-Seedling Update to see how to make your own seedling pots. Brilliant idea and the paper pots go right into your plot  There’s no plastic containers to dispose of and  the newspaper will biodegrade in your garden. Best of all  your seedling doesn’t have a traumatic transplant!

Have a look at the ‘Events’ link above to see what has been happening and  to see what is ‘germinating’        http://wp.me/Pd7yx-4 

Spring clean-up is planned for Saturday at 1:30 . We can use as many hands as possible. This is a great way to meet some of your gardening neighbours and if you are new to the garden,  a great time to get down and dirty with your new garden home!

More details can be found under the Events  page     http://wp.me/Pd7yx-4 or check us out on Facebook.    http://on.fb.me/dHHArB

Stayed tuned for our upcoming ACF Workshop series!   We are very excited about what we have planned for the 2011 season!

1 Response to “Spring Cleaning”

  1. 1 xvideos November 24, 2019 at 8:26 am

    The term is also used metaphorically for any kind of heavy duty cleaning or organizing enterprise. A person who gets their affairs in order before an audit or inspection could be said to be doing some spring cleaning.

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