Monthly Archives: July 2014

Gibson House Summer Day Camp Visitors

On a recent Wednesday, volunteer Nan Davey, hosted a group of school-age children from our neighbour across Yonge Street, Gibson House Summer Day Camp. Nan talked about planting and the…

Sun & Rain in July is Just What the Garden Needs

Remember: Sales Sundays at 2 pm and Thursdays at 7pm One of our potato patches Thai Pink Tomatoes Radishes have been a big seller already Red Leaf Lettuce Chives Sage…

Volunteer Visitor

We have a very diverse group of volunteers. Recently, one of the group leaders was approached by a neighbour who said her father-in-law was visiting from China for several months…

New Fruit Trees Planted

A number of fruit trees were purchased for the garden and planted in our little orchard in June. Another plum and ear tree among them.

Lavender Shortbread Cookies

As a followup to Christopher Radko’s wonderful article on Lavender Love, I found this great blog article on Lavender Shortbread cookies. A great blog to follow A Garden For The…

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