Don't forget to renew your memberships for this year! Get your bed today; before they are no longer available. Membership helps fund the garden to stay open and an available place to grow food in our community. Thanks to sponsors, donors, volunteers, members and all who help in making this possible. If you are needing to put in community service, have credit towards a scholarship program for volunteering in the community, or just want to be a part of the garden and not be a member; contact us today to get you started with our volunteer programs. Make this year a grand harvest! Be a part of our garden.
Thanks to all that attended and contributed to the seed swap. It was a wonderful turn out and lots to choose from. Moscow community garden is hosting a seed swap this Saturday, February 6th; at the old 1912 Building from 10 am to 12pm.
The charity committee has been quite busy in planting and harvesting crops this year. Carrots, lettuce, different kinds of squash, cucumbers, peas, and green beans. The pumpkins are planted and extra beds have been used as well for growing food for the f
Thanks to the volunteers! Just want to say thanks to the many volunteers that have been showing up and participating with the garden. Also puncture weed is taking over the isles and walkways; please pull them around your beds. If you can't make it down t
It's that time of year again. Are you starting to decide what seeds to buy, what plot style to layout, growing techniques to attempt and begin that spring fever countdown? Check out local events for free seed packets and workshops.
We have two days left of the 2014 year; and I want to thank everybody who contributed to making this garden grow and become the success it is today. It couldn't have been possible without having people unite together with similar hobbies and passions. Wh
Heads up! The heat today left the soil dry and a few beds were looking dried out. There are also beds that need treated for insect problems. Lots of vegetables looking ripe and fresh herbs in the community beds are prime. I also noticed lots of seeds r
How time zooms by. We have tons of new members this year! Super awesome. The garden has expanded quite a lot. We have flowers available in the 'Garden for All Seasons' pathways; for cutting fresh arrangements. There are many varieties to choose from. T
Winter has been mild in the valley as we end the 2013 year. Today was in the high 40's! This week's forecast is projecting decent weather to be outside. A mixture of cloudy and sunny days in the 40's is perfect time to catch up on those outdoor chores
Rumor has it the weather is going to get into the 70s next week! That's a huge turn around from the past few days of frosty mornings, cold rainy days, and fierce winds. Plants are going to shoot up like crazy; get those starts in the ground, seeds sowed and watch life emerge from the earth. Bask in the rays of the sun, get that Vitamin D.
Today(9am-6pm) and tomorrow(8am-12pm) is the Asotin County Conservation District Annual Tree Sale! There's a healthy amount of trees and shrubs to choose from. Prices start at $1.00- 2.00 each for bareroots and bulk bundles(20-25 plants) are $12.00-30.00. We encourage our community to take part in keeping Washington green and balancing our eco-system with plants which are naturally found in our region. Thanks to all that take part in this event and hope to get more interested in growing! This sale helps the ACCD as much as it helps our enviornment, so please plant a tree today.
It's the beginning of the 2012 growing season and the deadline has come. To grow from seed or to buy the plant. As a member of the garden you are welcome to use the seeds we have available. There will also be starts available in the greenhouse and space for you to get your seeds started. If there is something we don't have that you'd perfer we have local businesses to fill those needs.