Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Plant donations handed out today

Thanks to Murray Farm, Cole's Garden Center, Osborne's Agway and Wal Mart, we had many plants to share at the garden today.  Glacialhill Farm and the YES team of Concord also brought in many plants.  Ken Koerber of the UU Church started several flats of hot peppers and okra for us.  The okra moved slowly until we found out that its Bhutanese name is "bendi" - once people understood what we had, it was gone quickly.

If you still need plants for your garden, please consider buying yours at one of the sites listed above, or at Foundwell Farm in Pembroke.  All will be encouraging donations to the project through next weekend.  If you've started planting and have anything left over, bring your extras to the library at NHTI or to the covered sidewalk at the UU church.

It was amazing to watch seventy or so families all busy planting at the same time.  The generosity of the community is hugely appreciated.

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