Mature compost spread into three 30 inch-wide rows. To the right of these new rows are one of garlic with 8 different varieties, two rows of brassicas, and a row of beets, carrots, chard, and kale. On the right of the new rows is a block recently mowed in preparation for more new beds to be made.
Garden staff have been using rainy days as an opportunity to sow native bulbs and seeds in our mini greenhouses. Here we see native brodiaea bulbs being potted. These, along with others, will be planted at the garden to provide food for wildlife, improve soil structure, and will be used for education and future propagation efforts.
Daluviwi’ Community Garden staff moving mature compost to the garden block to prepare beds for upcoming spring crops.