Monthly Archives: April 2014

Week 4 – Veggies Gardens, Hypertufa, and Tuna Quarters

In the garden this week: Today we started out in the alley gardens.  We remolded the sides of the waffle gardens, added some organic matter (either compost, manure or sheep and peat), and planted up some broccoli (why?), and other … Continue reading

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Week 3 – Waffle Gardening

LOVE THE WAFFLE GARDEN idea.  This is one of my favorite things I’ve learned as an apprentice.  You can grow your own waffles in the garden. HAHA – in all seriousness, this is one of the favorite things I’ve learned … Continue reading

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Week 2 – Container Gardening

Today the apprentices talked about container gardening.  What type of pots you need, what type of soil is best, how to drill a hole in a ceramic pot and fertilizer. Kathy talked about pots today.  In Colorado it is so … Continue reading

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A new crop of apprentices

Today we introduced the new apprentices on Rob’s 9News Proctor’s Garden segment. To see the new apprentices introduce themselves, please watch the segment from this morning. Here are the new apprentices:  We were only nissing one today – Jerid.  We … Continue reading

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