we planted greens (kale, collards, lettuce) and roots (carrots, beets, radishes, parsnips, turnips) and covered the crops with remay to protect them from pests. the remay will also help to keep the crops warmer when the temperature really starts to drop.
the great green harvest never enough peppers and feasting on those greens tuesday crew family portrait: three moms and a chris.
Welcome to the blog of the Washington Youth Garden. Founded in 1971, we are one of the longest standing educational youth gardens in the country. We are located at the U.S. National Arboretum - 446 acres of green delight located a few miles from the Capitol in Northeast DC.
We have lots going on in the garden and would love to share that with you. Warning: this blog contains many, many pictures of cute kids with vegetables.
Learn more about our exciting programs at www.washingtonyouthgarden.org