school garden

school garden

Thursday, 16 April 2009

Today in the school garden.

Here are some photos that my daughters and I took today whilst at the school garden. The first is a shot along one of the boundaries where we have very recently planted a new hedgerow to fill up the gaps that you can't actually see in this photo.

Here is a lovely shot of some of the flowers from bulbs that parents donated and planted last autumn. The hose pipe is in the background as it is all set up to water the willow classroom and tunnel.
I was trying to get a photo of a bumble bee feeding from these nettle flowers but alas couldn't get close enough. If you squint you might just see it in the centre.
We set to work transplanting some leeks, nasturtium and sowing some carrot seeds. Team work.

The path is still holding up. Great photo girls.

The wind turbine is up and running. Excellent job Parent Pete.

Yummy rhubarb.

Technology at the garden. Laptop taken up so that the planting plan could be followed.

The oats are growing nicely.

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