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🌱 Chef’s Garden

Nearby is Chef Michelle’s garden.

About

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

Deposit

  • Plant-based kitchen scraps
  • Eggs
  • Animal manure

Add to tumbler and turn it.

Receive

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.

Seeking

Hoophouse


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

🌱 International Fruit Orchard

About

The International Fruit Orchard (AKA Rare Fruit Orchard) is part of the Emma Prusch Farm Park.

🌱 Plants

  • Fig
  • Mulberry
  • Feijoa
  • Silverberry
  • Juneberry
  • Citrus
  • White Sapote
  • Banana
  • Dogwood
  • Melonberry
  • Passionfruit
  • Goumi

πŸ¦‹ Animals

  • Chickens
  • Peacocks

✨ Features

  • Paved path
  • Informative placards

⛏ Growing Methods

  • Irrigation
  • Mulch

πŸ§ͺ Experiments

  • Tropical fruit trees

🌸 Scarborough Garden

Nearby is my garden.

About

Land Area/Dimensions:

🟀 Soil Conditions

🌱 Plants

πŸ¦‹ Animals

✨ Features

⛏ Growing Methods

πŸ§ͺ Experiments

πŸ₯— Compost Pile

Deposit

Receive

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.

Ways to Support this Garden

πŸ”Ž Seeking

Plants Materials
Container Plants:
Seeded Fruit:
Seeds:

πŸ”– Spare

Plants Materials
Container Plants:
Seeded Fruit:
Seeds:

What this Land Was Like Before

Contact for Visitation

Leave a comment below.

🌸 Garden

Nearby is my garden.

About

Land Area/Dimensions: 15×110′

🟀 Soil Conditions

Red clay with some loaminess

🌱 Plants

  • Established: fig, lavender, blueberry, raspberry
  • Annuals: corn, tomatoes, basil, peppers, sage, thyme, cosmos, marigolds

πŸ¦‹ Animals

  • Chickens, songbirds, deer

✨ Features

⛏ Growing Methods

  • Tilled, wood mulched paths
  • Soaker hose/hand-watered

πŸ§ͺ Experiments

πŸ₯— Compost Pile

Deposit

Grass clippings, coffee grounds, kitchen scraps, house manure with sawdust/hay

Receive

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.

Ways to Support this Garden

πŸ”Ž Seeking

Plants Materials
Container Plants:
Seeded Fruit:
Seeds:

πŸ”– Spare

Plants Materials
Container Plants:
Seeded Fruit:
Seeds:

What this Land Was Like Before

Grass

Contact for Visitation

Leave a comment below.

πŸ’š ComPost + Proposal

Update!

This tomato seedling was seen here on 6/13/22. Will it bare fruit???

About this Space

This is a proposed garden site where compost has been deposited.

Compost Contents & Source

All organic & from California:

  • Avocado skin & seeds
  • Mandarin & grapefruit rinds
  • Kiwi

Imported organic:

  • Banana peels
  • Pineapple skin & top

Imported:

  • Ataulfo mango

#Biochar from nearby fire pit:

LL: Fire Pit

πŸ‘€ Check On Me

See updates in the comments below, or share your own:

Copy the link to this note and paste it in…

… Past EcoAction in a πŸ‘€ Check

… Compost Source in a 🌰 Sow

Post your Compost!

Grapevine πŸ‡

This grapevine has been seen with ripe grapes as of August 2021. They taste sweet and tart.

Recommended to wear shoes to approach the vine, as the area has prickly plants.