Monthly Archives: July 2012

Garden Journal: July 30, 2012

Hi garden enthusiasts! Last week, I spent most of my time in doing the staking. As you can see the pictures below, I hammered the bamboo deep down the flowering bed with all me strengthen in such a sunny day. … Continue reading

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Garden Journal: July 12, 2012

Hello everyone!  Last week, we had the pleasure of sharing our garden with 40 very enthusiastic campers from SEED (Summer of Ecological Experience and Discovery) Day Camp.  The camp groups arrived and were very excited to see the garden and … Continue reading

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Garden Journal: July 16, 2012

 Hi garden enthusiasts! This week we are going to make a big move in the garden, like pruning the branches, supporting the overheight plants with bamboos, irrigating with fertilizers and repellants and thankfully, got some mature garlic home to make … Continue reading

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TJDG in UVa Today

Don’t miss UVa Today’s great article on the TJDG! We are proud to be featured, and thank Lisa Kessler for her informative writing, and Cole Geddy for his lovely photographs! http://www.virginia.edu/uvatoday/newsRelease.php?id=19052#

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Garden Journal: July 6, 2012

Hello garden enthusiasts! This week the garden was subjected to extreme temperatures and severe thunderstorms.  I started getting up REALLY early to water the garden..avoiding the heat seemed like a good idea to me!  When I went to visit the … Continue reading

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