Garden Timeline

Here, we will record the timeline for the garden. Refer back to it frequently to make sure the garden is on schedule.

  • January/February

- In these two months, the Garden Initiative should hold meetings to discuss (1) seeds to be purchased, (2) the trajectory of the garden, and (3) the physical layout of the plots. Seed orders should be made no later than mid-February because popular varieties sell out very quickly. Before the order is made, however, students should give serious thought to the order of vegetables that will go into the garden. For example, what seedlings will replace the radishes when they are harvest in late May or early June? Concrete timelines and well-drawn blueprints that document the positions of all the plants will be the key to an organized and maximized harvest in the summer months.

  • March
  • April

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • May

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • June

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • July

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • August

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • September

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • October

- In addition to this month's tasks, volunteers in the garden absolutely must WEED ON A REGULAR BASIS. It is quite easy to put the task of, saying that it will get done later in the week. Before you know it, however, weeds abound and you have a huge job to accomplish. To keep weeds from coming to seed, garden workers should check the garden every few days (like two or three) to pull the weeds. Doing so will keep the weeding easy and will insure that our plants are not out-competed for water and nutrients.

  • November
  • December
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