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🌱 Chef’s Garden

Nearby is Chef Michelle’s garden.


Chef Michelle harvests flowers, leaves, herbs, beans and fruits from her garden.

🌱 Plants

Flower photos taken by Paul David Clark

Flowers, Leaves & HerbsFruits
  • Sunflower
  • Peony
  • Marigold
  • Nasturtium
  • Poppy
  • Cornflower
  • Dahlia
  • Calendula
  • Kale
  • Collard
  • Basil
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Tomato
  • Cucumber
  • Strawberry
  • Eggplant
  • Bell Pepper
  • Summer Squash
  • Winter Squash
  • Corn
  • Bean
  • Fig
  • Avocado

✨ Features

  • Arched Trellises
  • Paths
  • Solar Lights
  • Deer-Proof Fence

⛏ Growing Methods

  • Wicking Beds
  • Fabric Container Planters
  • Organic Potting Soil
  • Steer Manure
  • Hose Watering

πŸ§ͺ Experiments

  • Diverse Plant Arrangements

πŸ₯— Compost Pile


  • Plant-based kitchen scraps
  • Eggs
  • Animal manure

Add to tumbler and turn it.


Send an email to cynthiamichelleramirez@gmail.com to get on the waitlist for receiving a batch of Chef’s finished compost.

Soil Remediation Research

Share how you deploy compost from this pile by copying the link to this 🌱 Garden and paste it in the Source(s) section of a πŸ’š Compost or a πŸ–€ Biochar Compost note.



πŸ‘‹ Contact for Visitation

Chef Michelle can host garden tours on mornings of Monday through Wednesday.

Arrange a tour by sending an email to cynthiamichelleramirez@gmail.com

1. Compost

Volunteer Opportunity: deposit compost here!

This compost accepts:

πŸ‚ Browns : Dry leaves, tree debris, torn cardboard

πŸ₯— Greens : Fresh plant clippings, foodwaste, manure, eggshells

🌈 Rainbow : Carcasses, nail clippings, hair, menses, grains, oil, charcoal

Deposit Instructions:

  1. Add your compost
  2. Scoop a container-worth of πŸ‚πŸƒ leaves
  3. Pour Β½ container πŸ‚πŸƒ on compost and stir your contributions with provided stick
  4. Pour the other half of the container of leaves on top

Pro tip: cut down on odors and expedite composting by lining the bottom of your container with charcoal & ash from the fire pit