Jamie Hancock of the Topeka Capital Journal wrote a list of impossible resolutions for gardeners. Including the following gems:
I will weed everyday in July.
I will stop “checking” on my garden in the early morning in my nightgown and staying out till noon. It is so hard on the neighbors.
I will resist the temptation to check on the care of the property of my former home.
I will not assume that everyone I meet wishes to discuss gardening.
Have you ever opened your CSA Box and wondered what you are going to do with all those beets, rutabagas, or Kohlrabi? Buzzfeed wrote an article to help you answer those questions. Salads, soups, home fries, and more!
Gardening is hard work, but great rewards. At Hi-Crest Garden, well over 40 heads of cabbage were harvested, 5 gallons of broccoli and cauliflower, twenty bags of kale, and enjoyment of sunny blue skies, abundant rain and brilliant lilies and iris. This is just the beginning, we are expecting lots of cucumbers, squash, and tomatoes soon. We have at least 7 volunteer gardeners working every week for 8 hours mowing, hoeing, spreading mulch and putting up cages.
Here are some photo from a visit to the Trinity Lutheran Garden on a lovely spring day. The church recently installed a new irrigation system in their garden. The congregation does interesting work encouraging gardening in the local community.