Category Archives: Harvest

PNG in Late Fall

2021 Season Recap

        Parkview Neighbourhood Garden’s 2021 season is coming to an end.  Working under COVID restrictions for a second year, a small band of volunteers planted, watered. weeded…

Cabbage

Summer 2021 Harvest Update

   Some strange weather this year has meant some items are growing well, and others are getting a slow start. Already Harvested Asparagus Rhubarb Strawberries Garlic Potatoes Kohlrabi Snow peas Currants…

Collection of food being donated

That’s a Lot of Food!

Mid-August and we have already donated 320 pounds of food to our two recipient community groups: Willowdale Neighbourlink, who distributes the produce in their food boxes to families in our…

Basket of patty pan squash

August Garden Update

Here’s a quick look at what has been happening in the garden in August 2020, and what the rest of the season may bring. The City of Toronto has comprehensive rules…

Strawberries starting to form

Seedlings and Perennials: Late Spring Update

 Spring has well and truly sprung despite uneven temperatures and precipitation, and who can forget that late April snow!! A small cadre of physically distanced volunteers have mostly finished planting…

Thank You Team PNG!

Thank you for a great season! 2019 has been a fantastic year for Parkview Neighbourhood Garden. Starting in January, a group of interested volunteers started meeting at North York Public…

2018 Season Ends

We ended the 2018 season with a damp and cold day on Saturday, October 27th, but 18 hardy souls ventured out how to help with our garden clean up. Markus O’Brien…

Fall Harvest Update

We have had a great year for harvesting but the cold, wet days will bring the season to an end soon. Our last sales day is Tuesday, October 23, 2018….

Mid-Summer Harvest Update

 While the hot and dry weather has been challenging to work around, our dedicated volunteers have been regularly weeding and watering to keep the garden going, and their hard work…

End of 2017 Season

All good things must come to an end, and in this case, a somewhat muddy end,  Through the rain and drizzle, a hardy group of 15 volunteers harvested the last…