school garden

school garden

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Done and dusted - or should that be composted!

This morning another 14 bags of horse manure were filled from nearby Martleaves Farm -  for which  we are very grateful - and transported to the school garden. All the class beds have now been treated along with the salad leaf beds in front of the garden HQ and the smaller beds to the right of the HQ.

The salad leaf bed

The garden club small beds

The worm rich manure

Detailed close up of the organic compost

During the afternoon activities a single squirrel was noted on the fence of the WW2 garden. It was probably checking out the edible possibilities of the compost but it will be disappointed!

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