On Saturday, OKT garden coaches, Jeff Smith and Camilla Voelkers, picked up the organic starter food plants that Blandford Farm grower, Aaron Snippe, tended for the OKT’s Food Diversity Project yard and community gardens. This slide show gives you a peak inside the greenhouse. Thank you, Aaron, for all of your great work!
On Friday May 31, a group of OKT’s yard gardeners met at Blandford Nature Center’s farm to pick up their second round of organic, heirloom food plants: zucchini, okra, tomatoes, tomatillos, eggplant, cucmbers, watermelon, peppers and herbs–sage, rosemary, basil, chives and mint. The first plant distribution earleier in May included plants suited to cooler weather such as greens and kohl varieties. Blandford’s Farmer Aaron shared tips on planting and caring for each food plant.
OKT intern, Brooklyn Nicks, was in charge of sowing and growing the food plants in the Blandford Farm greenhouse. Wow Brooklyn! You did good!