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Georgia’s native grape: the muscadine. Reminding me that summer will soon come to an end and fall will be here once more. Advertisements
Alas, fall planting has begun at UGArden!! This is one of my favorite parts of the year. What’s on the menu so far? Kale, collards, fennel, cabbage, mustard greens, swiss chard, and onions. Much much more to come!
Snapped this a few weeks ago when we were digging up the old summer crops. Legumes, such as this green bean, are notorious for nitrogen-producing root nodules. Simply put: a relationship between to plant and the bacteria in the soil. … Continue reading
Interns this summer are going to be so lucky to enjoy fresh blueberries. One of my favorite summer pastimes growing up.
Raspberries are beginning to ripen at UGArden!
Bountiful harvest of roots and greens today 🥕
Spring is in the air! This is a friendly reminder to plant native plants that support our pollinators! We would not have the abundance of food without them.