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Early June 2020

21 Jul

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End of May 2020

21 Jul

Monarchs Arrive; Bean Planting This Evening + Friday

21 Jul

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Join CVEarthlab gardeners this evening around 6:30pm to plant string bean seeds.

We will also try to plant cucumber and bean seeds on Friday evening.  Please RSVP to cvearthlab@gmail.com if you are interested in either event.  We need to plan ahead to practice safe social distancing.

And keep an eye out for Monarch butterflies!  They’re here!  Thanks.

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Mid-May 2020

15 Jul

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Early May 2020 Highlights

11 Jul

 

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Early April 2020 Highlights

11 Jul

Check Out The Bee Balm; Garlic Harvesting Today

28 Jun

The self-seeded annual is gorgeous!

Garlic and onion harvesting today @ 11am and 4pm. Fun for kids to pull out aromatic bulbs. Pls RSVP if you are interested so we can plan to social distance responsibly. Send a note to Cvearthlab@gmail.com, to me, or post a comment here. Thanks! -Denise

Info Session + Seedling Inventory Today 5.31

31 May

I will be out in the garden today, Sunday, from about 10:15am to 12:15pm

Seedling Inventory : If you have seedlings that you started in March, we need to know ASAP.  Please bring them down to show us today or send an email to cvearthlab@gmail.com.   Space to transplant limited, and we need to make decisions about what is going where.

Watering Demo: If you are on the “select” gardener list and want to see exactly what you need to do, starting this week, please stop by Sunday am.   If you aren’t on this official list, and want to do any gardening, you will need to CVGarden-planning-layout-distance training 4-23-20 and submit it to the office.

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Important Note: All Spring/Summer 2020 gardeners must agree to strict regulations and understand the play area is not to be used for picnics or play while the amenity is temporarily closed.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding of this necessity; it has added extra administrative work for the office, the supers, the core committee gardeners and all the volunteers.  We are lucky that we’ve been able to garden at all, given the NY Pause and  pandemic precautions aimed to keep everyone safe.

Many thanks!  -Denise

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Hooray for This Lady + Other Beneficial Bugs!

17 May

Spotted this weekend: a painted lady butterfly, some fat bumble bees, and this ladybug. Spring is here.

Reminder: 10am Today, Info Session

16 May

Come to the garden to learn more about gardening during pandemic, hardening off tomatoes and other seedlings started in March, and sign a waiver if you can commit to watering duties 1-2 times a week. Thanks!

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