Bradner Gardens Park

Bradner Gardens Park…where community grows

Can we harvest your plot for the food bank?

Yesterday was another day of bounty for the food bank.  We harvested a lot of lettuce, probably the last for a while.  However, there were some plots that had an abundance of beautiful heads of lettuce that were in their prime and may bolt in the next day or so.  We chose not to pick them since we did not have permission.

So here are two possible options:
If we, the harvesters, see a lot of harvestable produce in a plot, can we pick some and leave some?

OR you can email Joyce

Some of the dozens of vegetable seedlings waiting to be planted in the raised beds at the new Oliver neighborhood garden - installed in a single day by about 200 volunteers from Home Depot, Fiskars, the city of Baltimore and the neighborhood. Photos by Susan Reimer Baltimore Sun staff     MANDATORY CREDIT:  Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT

Some of the dozens of vegetable seedlings waiting to be planted in the raised beds at the new Oliver neighborhood garden – installed in a single day by about 200 volunteers from Home Depot, Fiskars, the city of Baltimore and the neighborhood. Photos by Susan Reimer Baltimore Sun staff MANDATORY CREDIT: Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT

on what to harvest if you yourself are not able to harvest that produce.

Let’s reduce waste of beautiful organic produce.  If you have any suggestions to our dilemma, please share.

P.S. Use that leaf mold to mulch your gardens and save water.  Your plants will thank you for the extra moisture.

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