Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Thank you to our sponsors!!!


We are grateful for all of our sponsors and our wonderful volunteers!

Please join us in thanking:

🌷Alpen Gardens
🌽Chase Gardens
🌺Dahlia Divas
🍐GLP Attorneys
🍂G and L Bark Supply
🍑Gardener's Supply Company
🐛Graham Hay Market
🌻Graham Kapowsin Community Council
🍁Green Education Foundation
🍅Harvest House Food Pantry
🍇Home Depot
🍏Kinney Carpentry
🍐Kitchen Gardens Sow it Forward
🐝Larson Logging
🍑Lowes Toolbox for Education
🍓Pierce County Master Gardeners
🐞Pierce County Public Works
🌷Pro Build in Graham
🌽Puget Sound Dahlia Society
🌺Raintree Nursery
🍂Tacoma Garden Club
🌻Washington Green Schools
🍅Washington State Potato Commission
🍇Welch's Harvest
🐛Whole Kids Foundation
🍏Wildside Dahlias

💕A heartfelt 💕thank you to all💕 the dedicated volunteers💕 who have helped 💕make this garden a reality!💕

Want to join us?  We are always seeking:

👉 volunteers throughout the school year to help on an as needed or ongoing basis
👉help in maintaining the garden over the summer

Please contact if you would like to get more info!

Monday, March 6, 2017

Welcome to the Kapowsin Garden Blogspot Page!

We are glad you are here! 
Check back often so we can:

Keep you informed as to the latest garden happenings

Provide education on a variety of organic gardening topics

Entertain with lots of pictures

Inspire you to get growing!

Our Fall pumpkin harvest!  

Used for science experiments and for those in need.

Did you know pumpkins have thorns on their stems?

We made applesauce from organic apples and served it to the District Hunger Task Force!
This is what an apple looks like in the spring before it has been visited by a pollinator.

Look close to find a pollinator!

Oganic Apples.  Yum!

Apples and berries growing together.  Try them both in a pie!

Yummy!  Don't forget to wash those hands!

Potato treasure hunt!

One potato, two potato, three potato, four!

We know there are more potatoes in there somewhere!

Did you know that Tomatoes are really a fruit
and not a vegetable?

Tomatoes come in all shapes, sizes, and colors!
Organic and sunripened!

Tomatoes can be grown in a large pot or a bucket with drain holes.
Grow your own!

Who needs candy when you can grow your own sweets?
 Berries can be grown in a bucket with drain holes
 and then you can take them with you if you move

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