Spring has officially sprung and the Farm is in full bloom. Calendula, agrostemma, nasturtium, bachelors buttons, sweet peas, and more are painting the Farm in beautifully vibrant colors.
March is the time for planting so plants can establish themselves before the heat of summer kicks in, and we are excited to share that the Farm is expanding its boundaries for our new native plant garden. We are working with local Tongva elders to create an indigenous heritage garden including plants for food, medicine, spirituality, and fibers. Come help tomorrow at 4:15pm to put the first plants in the ground!
This Thursday we will be also be having a potluck at 6pm as a welcome back from Spring break!
Peas and carrots,