It’s officially Fall. The leaves are changing color, the weather has cooled down, and it’s time to prune your fruit trees! If you you are a little rusty or need some tips, dust off your loppers and come down to the Bayview Garden Wednesday October 7 from 1-3 PM for a free fruit tree pruning … More FALL FRUIT TREE PRUNING CLASS WED 10/7
The Good Cheer Garden survey is closing on Monday, September 7th. If you have 5 minutes to spare, then please check out the survey link below! The information gained from this survey will be used to update outreach, educational and marketing materials for Good Cheer Garden and I, Nicole Bergman, will incorporate it into my senior … More Garden Survey is Closing Soon!
So how ’bout them winds this past weekend? We are feeling so refreshed and nourished from the rain these last few days, even if our bean trellis is a looking a little worse for wear. As we transition into fall, we have been seed saving, getting our last rotation of greens in before it is time … More Rain falls, Fall reigns
What can you do to prepare your garden for fall and winter? Come to the food bank tomorrow at 5pm to learn how best to prepare your garden for the upcoming seasons. There will be a few quick fall starts and a simple garden guide to take home with you! See the flyer below for more … More A fall and winter garden class!
If you’ve been as busy as us, you’re probably a little behind on planning your fall and winter garden! But it’s not too late! Come by on Tuesday, July 28th between 4:30 and 6:00 to pick up some free fall and winter crops and ask us whatever burning garden questions you have. We’ll be out … More Late Summer Gardening Forum
Wow, what a work party! We knew people were excited to garden, but certainly didn’t expect to have 27 people for our picnic lunch! With all the help we dug out the grass that has been growing in the wood of our terrace beds, weeded, edged, amended, and prepped several other growing beds, and harvested … More Many thanks for an incredible start of the season!
It’s spring, so on the 25th come celebrate at Good Cheer’s first official Wednesday Work Party of the season! As always, we’ll be there from 9 to 4. We’ve got work from organizing seed packets, to potting up seedlings, to rebuilding trellises, to flipping and planting beds. Come anytime for however long you like during … More First official work party, and fruit tree pruning class on Wednesday the 25th
Beneficial bugs abound in our gardens and you can create a diverse garden ecosystem to encourage them! You can attract not just pollinating insects, but also the insects that will eat pests. The soil, too, is alive with billions of organisms that help to create a fertile soil. On Saturday, April 5th, from 10 … More Beneficial Bugs and Creatures in your Garden
Sarah Birger will be sharing fruit tree pruning basics on Wednesday, Feb. 26th, from 1 – 3 pm at the Good Cheer Garden Wednesday work party. You can practice your new skills by pruning the Good Cheer fruit trees! Bring your pruning tools, you’ll also learn how to sharpen and care for them. Class is … More Pruning your fruit tree
Getting a Start on Your Garden A new season is beginning! Do you want to be eating fresh salads and stir fried veggies from your garden in April? Would you like to know what to do now to grow lots of veggies later? On Saturday, February 22nd, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am learn … More Growing Groceries February Class