The Chickens came home to roost

Julian and Cynthia brought the chickens yesterday. Sadie, Flufferbutt and Vanilla are now happily pecking and scratching in the garden coop and entertaining visitors.

Yes, Spring is here!

A busy day in the garden. Lots of gardeners, friends, children, and visitors.

James, Jeffrey, Debra, Kate, Bob and Jenifer

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World Map for Gardeners

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Bamboo Bends

This is some wet and heavy snow!

NYC Compost Project

Here’s an announcement about a new composting program in the neighborhood hosted by the Lower Eastside Ecology Center. Click on flyer to open printable PDF. Pass it on!

Winter Wonderland

The garden is beautiful today after the big snow last night. I particularly like the mosaic figures and the childrens’ furniture.

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