Category Archives: InGarden

Work Crew Needed.Leaves Needed. Sat.Nov 23 @12:00

The leaves have fallen a bit later this year. We need both leaves and strong workers to help dig the leaves into the garden. Saturday Nov 23 12 Noon You…

Sit Under a Tree? Or a Pergola?

Spring had passed. So had Summer. When the lot at 46 Parkview was cleared in October, I couldn’t help but think of the late Leo Buscaglia’s The Fall of Freddy…

Giving Back To Our Community

Rosemary Wood and Nan picked collard greens last week and donated them to one of the soup makers for the Drop In program at Newtonbrook United Church. They filled a…

Our Garden is Growing

Normally, the garden goes dormant after the fall harvest, but NOT THIS year. Our garden will be growing all winter. The Parkview Neighbourhood Garden expansion is underway. Thanks to the…

Last Sale Day of the 2013 Season.

Last Sale Day of the Season Sunday October 13, 2013 @ 2:00 pm Happy Thanksgiving from Parkview Neighbourhood Garden. We all have a LOT for which to give thanks.

Nan Davey

Spotlight on Volunteers: Nan Davey

There are dozens of volunteers that ‘toil in the soil’, to make Parkview Neighbourhood Garden the success that it has become in its 5 growing seasons. Gardener Parkview interviewed, Nan…

Spotlight on Volunteers: Alex Kofman

There are dozens of volunteers that ‘toil in the soil’, to make Parkview Neighbourhood Garden the success that it has become in its 5 growing seasons. Gardener Parkview interviewed Alex…

Like Potatoes? Like to Dig? Saturday, Sep 28 9:30 am

Parkview Neighbourhood Garden is digging up potatoes on Saturday, Sep 28 9:30 am – 12 noon and will need as many hands as possible. No experience necessary!    

Garlic!

Parkview Neighbourhood Garden recently harvested it’s very first garlic crop!  The garlic was planted last fall,  The yield was good, and it sold fast.

Here’s what we are harvesting and selling

These photos were taken on Thursday, August 1.  As well as this beautiful kale and Swiss chard, we also sold zucchini, eggplant, onions, cucumbers, collard greens and various herbs.

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