We enjoyed seeing all of you at the Kitchen Garden & Coop Tour. Thank you to everyone that took photos and sent them to us. We will be posting photos of each location so that you can remember some of the beautiful plants, lively animals and great ideas from the six homeowners. If you have more photos, please send to email@example.com or call 473-1403. These are photos of Don Emery’s gardens by Sky Bat Studios. More will be posted next week in our Kitchen Garden & Coop Menu.
Entering Don’s garden at the Welcome Table
Cheerful volunteers from the parking area to the welcome table and the garden
Raised beds, cold frames, pots and planting areas are all used in this garden
Guests enjoyed the different areas of herbs, vegetables and fruit trees
Temperature controlled cold frames extend the season of greens and vegetables
Guests looked at the fresh greens
Thank you for joining us
Posted in Garden Tours
Tagged Chard, Chicken coop, Cold frame, Edible Santa Fe, Fruit tree, Garden, Home, Home Grown New Mexico, Kitchen Garden & Coop Tour, New Mexico, Raised bed gardening
Here is an announcement from the Railyard Stewards. Contact http://www.railyardpark.org/ for more information.
TREE PRUNING FOR BEAUTY AND HEALTH
SATURDAY MARCH 26, 10:30 – 12:30
This is the time of year to prune back those dead branches and shape your fruit trees. However, more harm than good can be done if pruned incorrectly. Learn the correct techniques for pruning fruit trees and general rules for pruning any tree. Are your trees just ornamental? Are they focused on fruit production? Maybe a little bit of both? What insects and other problems do you need to watch out for this time of year? Do you have some specific problems with any tree that you would like expert advice on? Led by Robert Wood, ISA (International Society of Arboiculture) Certified Arborist and Certified Municipal Arborist, Santa Fe Parks Department.
Meet near the new community room (silver corrugated building near the parking lot behind SITE Santa Fe). To reserve a spot or for more information, contact the Railyard Stewards at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 316-3596. Hope to see you there!
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Tagged Fruit, Fruit tree, Fruit tree pruning, Garden, Gardening, Home Grown New Mexico, New Mexico, New Mexico Privet, Plant, Pruning, Railyard Stewards, Tree, Tree Pruning