|MG Nancy Miller pots up some Iris|
Busy day on Monday, April 22. The Victory Garden had its first day, with introductions, a preview of what we'll be doing, and we then jumped right in and planted potatoes and onions.
The Greenhouse Team started potting up seedlings.
And a whole group of folks joined Laurie Collins in a "Dig, Divide, and Multiply" effort in the pollinator garden - removing some specimens left when the area was used as an ornamental entranceway to the vegetable garden plot, dividing other perennials for the Plant Sale and Herb Garden refurbishment, and doing our best to manage Canada thistle (a life-time project, it seems) and some mugwort that had blown in.
|Helianthus - 'Lemon Queen' - A, native, sterile (won't spread by seed) hybrid cultivar of H. pauciflorus var. subrhomboideus (Stiff Sunflower) x H. tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke)|
|MG Paul Luka Digs a Clump for Dividing|
|Digging and Weeding|