April volunteer day at the community garden
This was my second month volunteering at the garden, and I enjoyed it just as much as the first (if not more, because it was warmer this go-around). The work was pretty straightforward, but I took lots of photos, so I'll share those here!
We planted onions; lots of them!
There was a lot of yarrow growing where it shouldn't be (the asparagus garden), so we weeded that out.
Did you know passion fruit sells for $8/quart? They grow best on a trellis, so that'll go overtop the asparagus garden later this year.
There were lots of these neat-looking centipedes while I was weeding the asparagus garden.
I took a bunch of the yarrow home with me, so it's now part of my little herb garden. I also planted some basil seeds in the same container, so hopefully they'll take off like they did last year.