So I thought things were meant to slow down in the fall. Not the story here. At least for now. Planted several bushes and trees last week as fall is the best time for planting. We had our possible first frost of the season coming in. No, the weather man was wrong. Oh well, I'm now ready for whenever it comes.
Also this fall I have been working with a church group of kiddos starting a worm bin for composting and a few cold weather plants in our garden. To follow the progress, check out this link!
Stay warm and happy gardening!
"Give a man a cabbage, feed him for a day. Teach him to garden, feed him for a lifetime!"
Bringing the observation hive to the C. F. Goodwin Library in Royse City, Texas for the young, and young at heart, to see! Attendees will be able to see live bees in action as they carry on the work of the hive. The presentation begins at 10am on Saturday, July 8th. Be there and "bee" in the know! Let me know in the comment section if you can spot the queen bee!
C.F. Goodwin Public Library - Saturday 24th @10am
309 N Arch St
Royse City, TX 75173
This is a children's summer reading program event. I will be reading a book to the kidos, followed by discussion and demonstrations on different ways to grow plants. Together we will learn to build a better world as we plant seeds, food scraps and plant divisions for the young gardeners to take home!
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