Tag Archives: Community gardens

Still Early Days: Weeds, Seeds, and Sprouts

I used to think transitional weather was weather with temperatures changing gradually from cold to warm or vice versa.  Now transitional weather means a beautiful 50 degree day followed by a cloudy day in the upper thirties with wintry mix … Continue reading

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Got Gardeners? Meet the Food Bank!

As I dropped by my friend Julie’s house in McLean this afternoon, she was coming back from a farm market in Great Falls with baked goods donated to Share of McLean by the Baguette Republic.  They were in big, flat … Continue reading

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Luckily, the Rabbits Seem Happy Here

There are a lot of rabbits in my neighborhood.  Sometimes in the evening, there are three to six of them frolicking in the courtyard, reminding me of the expression “mad as a March hare.”  Usually when I see them, I … Continue reading

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Water Comes to the Garden, but not Rain….

Friday the county turned on the water in my community garden.  We were all relieved and happy, since it has been dry and many gardeners had been bringing containers of water from home.  A few of us pulled the garden’s … Continue reading

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