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L’s Nursery

I am a fruitarian, a style of life where one handles a lot of seeds.

I would like more fruit trees in the world.

I plant the seeds in pots of mixed biochar soils and chart them on PlantDiary.

I give the rest away, with biochar soil, to provide others with fruit trees.

I believe everyone should have fruit trees.

Join me for Garden Day at Lupin Lodge!

Proposal: 🌿 Central Park

Residents of Central Park area have expressed interest in incorporating more plants into Central Park.

To start, I recommend building biochar compost at The Clearing to amend the dry top soil here.

The regions blocked in orange are recommended as vegetable gardens

The various shades of green represent fruit trees and understory flowering plants.

The sections with blue represent suggested campsites, parking spaces, and picnic tables.

Developing Central Park into a lush garden would improve the image of the entrance to Lupin Lodge.

🌱 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

🧪 Experiments

  • Diverse Plant Arrangements

🥗 Compost Pile


  • Plant-based kitchen scraps
  • Eggs
  • Animal manure

Add to tumbler and turn it.


Send an email to [email protected] 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 💚 Compost or a 🖤 Biochar Compost note.



👋 Contact for Visitation

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

Arrange a tour by sending an email to [email protected]

Proposal: 🪵🌱 Hugelkultur

Hugelkultur is a method of enriching soil and increasing growable surface area by burying wood and decaying matter.

This is a proposal for arranging and burying onsite wood to make terraces to grow food and desirable plants.

I recommend consulting with the nearby resident for preferences on terrace shape and thistle handling.

1. Compost

Volunteer Opportunity: deposit compost here!

This compost accepts:

🍂 Browns : Dry leaves, tree debris, torn cardboard

🥗 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 🍂🍃 leaves
  3. Pour ½ container 🍂🍃 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