We've got a fall plant order in from Miller Nurseries this week, and want
to get them in the ground soon. Let's get out to the forest garden (3100
South Salina St) on Friday November 2 after work from 4:30 pm til dark and
get this done. Bring a shovel, trowel if you've got them.
Along with the list here, we've still got tons of daffodil bulbs as well,
so everyone will be able to get their hands in the soil. And whatever
daffodil we don't get planted will be available to volunteers to take home
with them. Also, if we're lucky and there is no frost bewtween now and
then, tomatoes, herbs, and more will be open for harvesting.
1 Dwarf North Star Cherry, 1 Nectarest Dwarf Nectarine, 1 Dwarf Hybrid Red
Anjou Pear, 1 Shiro Dwarf Plum, 1 Plumcot, and 2 Reliance Dwarf Peach
Oh yeah, and we'll be weeding as we plant, and trying to get any of those
late season maturing undesirable plants from dropping their seed on our
mulched top surface so our cover crops have the advantage come spring!
And lastly, we are expecting a special guest. Andrea Buckvold from the S.U.
College of Visual and Performing Arts will be on location to produce video
footage of our daffodil planting activity to be used towards a documentary
video of the Westcott Bulb Project which is where we obtained our bulbs.
Event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/287573121353615
For more info: Frank Cetera, frcet...@alchemicalnursery.org, 315-308-1372