The kids at Sullivan are still on their two-week spring break to I visited the garden to check on the progress of the plants and the status of the watering (even though thankfully it rained the other day!)
I was amazed how much the plants grew in two weeks’ time!
Along with the plants, the weeds are also vivacious. I spent some time trimming back the weeds around the trees between the beds so the school’s gardener knew where to mow.
…It’s always beautiful to observe how nature reproduces. It grows from a tiny seed into a huge plant and then produces seeds to start the process over again!
In place of the sweet peas, I planted some roma tomatoes — tomatoes are my favorite part about summer produce!