Tag Archives: Ball-Sellers House garden
I spent the weekend mostly inside with a wicked cold so I was heartened by a message from Michael Polovina, chief Plot Against Hunger gardener at Arlington’s Ball-Sellers House. The garden’s most recent harvest was 24 pounds of carrots! Just … Continue reading
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Ah, Those Early Crops!
Plot Against Hunger gardens are yielding pounds of fresh produce this spring. Among the crops are radishes from the St. Andrews garden, eight pounds of leeks from Ball Sellers House, and collards, kale and lettuce from 10th and Barton. Each … Continue reading
Plotting Against Hunger: An Update on Three Gardens
Ah, Labor Day weekend! It means we are in late summer and have only a few weeks left before the autumnal equinox. While I have been busy planting fall crops, I began to think it would be nice to take … Continue reading