Every season I get lots of questions about how to take care of gardening tools. Proper tool care helps prevent damaged plants and the spread of diseases, and insures your tools last a long time. Not sure which tools to use? Take a look at Garden Design Magazine's list of 12 Essential Garden Tools. Daily Care … Continue reading How To Care For Your Tools
Renew Your Plot by March 31st
We've started our first seeds and can't wait to get our hands dirty this spring! If you plan to join us for another season, please read the following signup details carefully. We'll be collecting dues from returning members during the following time slots. Please plan to drop off your dues during one of these times. Collection … Continue reading Renew Your Plot by March 31st
Autumn Garden Chores
Autumn is one of the most exciting times of year in the garden. The harvest is in full swing, the leaves are turning and there is tons of work to be done (remember, as gardeners we like garden work)! Here is our list of fall garden chores. We'll be tackling some of these later this … Continue reading Autumn Garden Chores
Membership Renewal Deadline,Member Meeting, & Clean Up Day
Happy Spring, Transit Gardeners! Our membership renewal deadline is April 22nd this year. We've got a waiting list of new gardeners for the season, so please make sure to renew before then. Send an email before 4/22 to firstname.lastname@example.org to make renewal arrangements. April 22nd is also the day of our Spring Member Meeting & … Continue reading Membership Renewal Deadline,Member Meeting, & Clean Up Day
Spring Garden Chores
Spring is possibly my favorite time of year for gardening. All the plants are waking up, the possibilities seem endless, and there's plenty to do in the garden to get ready for the rest of the season. Below are some spring chores to start tackling now and that we'll be taking care of at our … Continue reading Spring Garden Chores
It’s Seed Shopping Season!
One of the most exciting times of year for a gardener is Seed Season! Now's the time to plan your garden, order seeds, and prepare for starting your seedlings and direct sewing cold weather spring crops. But before you get too excited and order 50 packets of kale seeds, there are a few things to … Continue reading It’s Seed Shopping Season!
Our holiday event is almost here!
The Transit Garden is thrilled to welcome members and neighbors to the garden this Sunday for a holiday celebration and tree lighting event! We will have seasonal treats, carols, and special guest Emmett Macrides-Einbinder, third-grader at PS 58 will be playing guitar! We still need a few volunteers to help break down the event and collect … Continue reading Our holiday event is almost here!
Join us for some holiday cheer & fundraising in the garden! At our fall meeting we came up with a list of improvements & needs for the garden. To help raise funds, we're hosting a holiday tree lighting and celebration in the garden! Sign up HERE to contribute a plate of your grandma's famous cookies, … Continue reading
Fall Meeting Notes
Fall Meeting Notes 2017 Thanks to all our members who made it out to the garden for our fall clean up and member meeting! Below are the notes from the meeting. Garden needs: More help taking care of communal ornamental planters: watering, weeding More commitment to individual plots: watering, weeding, dealing with pests disease, maintenance … Continue reading Fall Meeting Notes
Agenda for Fall Member Meeting
Hello Gardeners! Autumn is one of my favorite times in the garden. The colors change, there's so much to do, and it’s nice to not work in the heat. So I’m really looking forward to our Fall Cleanup Day on Saturday! The details are in our last newsletter and on our site, but in case you missed … Continue reading Agenda for Fall Member Meeting