Monthly Archives: September 2017

They Have Grown So Fast

It doesn’t seem like it has been very long since we planted them as tiny little transplants… Advertisements

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Furry Friends

My mom won’t let me get a dog so I am resorting to making new furry friends. This is Steve. He was cool. Say hey if you see him

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Our crops are going rapidly from being planted just two weeks ago! 

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Donut harvest 

Just harvested our first donuts of the season! This variety is called glazious eatame. Claudia is pictured here saying “I’m not worthy!!” Big thanks to Professor Berle for treating us interns this morning.

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Bring on da shrooms

First shiitake mushroom harvest of the season right here!! 

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O holy basil 

Planting holy basil involves a lot of praying and christening. Not really, but it does require proper spacing in order for the plant to thrive and receive adequate nutrition! 

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Pocketful of sunshine 

Rance, a Kentucky native, loves to harvest for our flower arrangements that we sell at market.  Also, did you know that goldenrod is the state flower of Kentucky? And it grows right here at UGArden and can be harvested for … Continue reading

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