We can save those?

At Gardner this week, we took out our giant nasturtium plant to make room for other plants in the garden. Of course when we removed it, we collected-no kidding-dozens of seeds from the soil and saved them for future planting. We also harvested sage seeds! Next week we are planting new ornamental, and our garden is more than ready!

pinching dried flowers to collect sage seeds

pinching dried flowers to collect sage seeds

why is this so bumpy?"

why is this so bumpy?”

trellised our traveling  tomatoes

trellised our traveling tomatoes

pruning our cilantro

pruning our cilantro

harvesting nasturtium seeds

harvesting nasturtium seeds

the garden in it's glory

the garden in it’s glory

our safe place

our safe place

new friends :)

new friends 🙂

 

Alexys Thomas

Alexys Thomas is a garden ranger and program director. She grew up in Van Nuys, CA. She loves bees, compost, and teaching. She can teach almost anything to grow on a trellis!