Week 12: July 22 to July 27 – Frosty Weather and Food Sharing


  • Bolting vegetables

Summary of the Week:

  • Transplanted rhubarb
  • Third potluck of the summer
  • Garden maintenance
    • Mowed clover
Delicious cherry tomatoes were harvested this week.

It was a busy week at the Community Teaching Garden as we transplanted, weeded, and shared great food. After last week’s heat wave, the crisp weather was appreciated at the garden with most students staying each night until the last bit of sun was setting.

Gardeners work on a shared plot.

We started the week by utilizing the unused space at the back of the Community Teaching Garden by transplanting rhubarb from the Ethan Allen Homestead site. It will be exciting to have plentiful rhubarb at both garden sites in the future! Here’s a look at our process.

The rhubarb roots and plant before transplanting.
Rhubarb needs space, which was provided by digging deep and spread out holes.
The deep, wide holes needed for rhubarb.
Filling in the garden with rhubarb.

The third Community Teaching Garden potluck of the summer was a success with lots of delicious food to share from savory to sweet choices. There was a great mix of students from both classes with friends and family joining us, too. The potluck was a great way to end a beautiful week at the garden.

Some of the delicious dishes at the potluck.
Getting ready to dig into the yummy meal.


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