Archive | February, 2019

6:30pm This Sat: Indoor Planting Event

26 Feb

 

All are welcome to join CVEarthlab gardeners to start seeds in the community room Saturday evening!
Free Planting Workshop
Saturday March 2nd, 6:30-7:45pm in the 230 Jay St Community room

Flowers, Tomatoes, and More!
As in years before, the garden committee will provide seeds and help participants create sub-irrigated planters from upcycled plastic bottles. Please bring your own organic potting soil if you plan to transplant into the CVEarthlab garden (we use only non-GMO seeds and organic materials). If you’d like to plant in self-watering planters, please try to bring empty seltzer bottles.
Most flowers and plants started at this workshop will be transplanted in May and June. During May, we plan to hold weekly Wed evening sessions in the garden to help new gardeners hard-off baby plants and prepare them for transplant.
RSVPs for Saturday’s event are due to cvearthlab@gmail.com by Friday. Please let us know by Thursday if you need help with supplies!
Find more details on CVEarthlab.com

Related: Spring Happenings

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24 Feb

Join us to plant some seeds on 3/2 @ 6:30pm!

14 Feb

We had a great time at the Old Stone House Seed Swap last weekend and are ready to share the bounty of seeds with you!

PLANT SEEDS WITH US!

Join CV Earthlab Gardeners for a Seed-Starting Workshop!

Saturday, March 2, 2019
6:30p – 7:45p
230 Jay St. Community Room

All residents, including those with and those without children, are most welcome to participate.

CVEarthlab gardeners will provide non-GMO, organic vegetable and flower seeds and guidance. You bring organic potting soil, a small pot or an empty plastic bottle (to convert into a sub-irrigated, self-watering planter). More info @ cvearthlab.com

rsvp requested

to cvearthlab@gmail.com

Spring Happenings: Upcoming Activities, Events To Note

3 Feb

Bookmark this page and check back for updates on specific times. See also CVEarthlab google calendar*.

Friday March 29th: Lettuce and arugula broadcasting**  6:00pm to 6:16pm

Sunday, April 7th: CV EarthDay Fest (possible weed pull and toss event **)

Mid March:  Weekend workday to direct sow early veg, prep

Mid to late April:  Watering on schedule starts

April 27 or 28 (or both days of weekend):   Workday to transplant flowers, herbs (from GrowNYC plant sale)**

Wed May 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd: “May Wednesdays” Gardeners converge outside from 6-7pm to water, answer seedling, transplant questions. **

Early June: Tomato transplanting, staking

Early to Mid-June: Spring Celebration/ Strawberries + Salad Tasting

*Don’t miss any gardening opportunities! If you use a gmail calendar, subscribe to CVEarthlab google calendar by clicking cal icon on CVEarthlab.com (This is not the same as following the blog via email notifications, which is also recommended. Subscribing means CVEarthlab events appear on your google cal.)

** especially fun and kid-friendly

Join Us For An Indoor Seed-Starting Workshop on Sat 3.2 at 6:30pm

3 Feb

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Free Planting Workshop

Saturday March 2nd, 6:30-7:45pm 

 

 

On the evening of Saturday, March 2nd, CVEarthlab will host a seed-starting workshop in the community room at 230 Jay St.  Join us!

Flowers, Tomatoes, and More!

As in years before, the garden committee will provide seeds and help participants create sub-irrigated planters from upcycled plastic bottles.  All are welcome; please bring your own organic potting soil if you plan to transplant into the CVEarthlab garden (we use only non-GMO seeds and organic materials).  If you’d like to plant in self-watering planters, please try to bring empty seltzer bottles.

Most flowers and plants started at this workshop will be transplanted in May and June.  During May, we plan to hold weekly evening sessions in the garden to help new gardeners hard-off baby plants and prepare them for transplant. More details to come.blogger-image-471735662

Related: Vote For Your Favorite Flower!

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