A German proverb
Work in the garden continues despite the shorter days. The group has been making the most of the many leaves which have been shed from the sycamore trees around the garden. They have been regularly swept up and bagged up and stored behind the eco-loo. Over twelve months or so the leaves should turn into a useful compost. We did similar last year and that compost has now been spread over many of the beds.
|All swept up!|
|Stored out of the way|
The Celeriac plants are almost ready to harvest. They were very slow growing and took a while to establish but now over the Christmas period we can enjoy this delicious vegetable roasted in the oven. The taste is quite exquisite!
|The Celeriac plants|
|The pond- now in need of a lot of attention!|
|Digging over the old Sweet Corn patch|
Finally it is announced that the Christmas Carol service held annually in the School Garden has been unfortunately cancelled this year. We hope that it will return in 2016!