Bob in the News

Here’s a wonderful article from DNAinfo New York about our own Bob Humber.

Turtles Are Doing Fine

The turtle pond seems to fascinate many visitors to the garden, as well as gardeners. Maybe it’s because our two turtles are so reclusive. When you do get a glimpse of one of them, they slip back underwater in a nanosecond, leaving you to ponder what they do down there at the bottom of the

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News about Children’s Magical Garden

The latest (good) news from The Lo-Down about the Children’s Magical Garden.

Celebrate Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of the ending of slavery. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas with the news that the war had ended and that all enslaved people were now free. Juneteenth is a commemoration of African-American heritage, and a celebration of

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Turtle Talk

Two very handsome red eared slider turtles are the latest “critters” to have joined the garden. If you sit quietly on the bench near the pond, and you are very lucky, you might see their heads poking out for just a moment. Red-eared sliders get their name from the red line around their ears. The

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Sunday in the Garden

Today was one of those beautiful late spring days in New York. There was the monthly garden meeting during which members multi-tasked (talked while chopping up cuttings into compostable size).

We had many visitors, lots of children, birds, and insects. The chickens were popular. Jenifer worked on the turtle pond and we finally were

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