Upcoming Garden Activities & Events, Spring 2021

11 Apr

Subscribe for email notification from CVEarthlab.com to stay up to date on the latest activities and offerings. This timeline lays out the planned order of time-sensitive tasks. Dates and times may change based on weather.

Key Dates and Seasonal Targets to Note

Afternoon of Sat April 17th or Sun the 18th

Raised Bed Prep & Work Day

Put your hands in the dirt! We will fill the beds with soil and compost. Little hands needed for tilling!

Mid-April Strawberry Plant Transplanting & Potato Planting

TBD – Based on exactly when orders arrive

Week of April 26th

Plant Sister 2 of 3 Sisters Garden (Pole beans) For more–> The Three Sisters Garden

Plant Distribution

Saturday May 1st

This is for people who pre-ordered kitchen herb pots (basil, parsley, dill) and lavender starts. Come to the garden to get’em!

Flower Transplanting

Fri Eve/Sat/Sunday (Ap 30, May 1st & 2nd)

After the flats of marigolds, coleus, snap dragons arrive from the GrowNYC plant sale, extra hands will be needed to care for and transplant the flowers into raised beds and containers around the garden. Lots of watering opportunities!

Week of May 2nd

Plant Sister 3 of The 3 Sisters Garden: Squash

Wednesday Evenings in May

Gardeners will converge to discuss care for the seedlings started at March workshop, harden them off, and transplant. Bring your questions and seedlings to the garden. Roughly will be @5:30pm/ 6pm. Exact time TBD.

Also in May: Opportunities to harvest sugar snap peas and various lettuces.

Late May, Early June

Transplant the tomatoes, peppers, and flowers we’ve been growing at home.

About CVEarthlab Garden: CVEarthlab is a self-funded educational garden in the children’s play area behind 195 Adams St. Learn more at CVEarthlab.com. All residents are most welcome to plant with us!

Last updated Sunday, April 11, 2021.


One Response to “Upcoming Garden Activities & Events, Spring 2021”


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