On April 16, four members of the Towson University Garden Club helped us get our garden ready for planting.
Here you can see Tucker plowing one of the plots with the roto-tiller.
Emily stands in front of one of the plots, which has just been weeded and manured with horse manure that we picked up at a horse farm in Ellicott City. You can see that Emily, like the garden behind her, will soon be bringing new life into the world.
We have yet to plant the garden, but the asparagus is already producing spears. We’ll have fresh asparagus for the next six weeks or so.
We’ll be posting pictures of the garden as things develop during the spring in summer, so stay tuned.