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Water Barrel Construction

Today Proff JJ, Pat and I were fully commited to getting the rain barrel water collection system underway. Mid-June I suggested Pat and I go to a rain barrel demonstration presentation put on by the Summit County master gardener program … Continue reading

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Standing Water

On Sunday during our open house, I had the opportunity to speak to a parishioner who had a considerable amount of knowledge regarding the topography of Summit County. The area that borders Copley into Akron where the garden is located … Continue reading

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Case of the Mondays

The open house went really well yesterday! Parishioners of all ages enjoyed lemonade and socialization in the garden.¬†We had around 30 people roaming the garden after the 11 am mass. Pat and I were able to meet several members of … Continue reading

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Garden Tour & Open House

Here’s the newsletter I made for the open house today! Newsletter p1 Newsletter p2

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Prep Work

This weekend I drove to Columbus to visit my friend who is moving to the East Coast before he left. While I was gone Pat and Proff JJ built three benches. The benches have no fastening hardware at all! Amazing! … Continue reading

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We made the paper!

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Growing Concerns

Since one of the themes of Sebastian’s Gardens is the use of organic practices, we have been using entirely no fertilizers or pesticides. A few issues have arisen on the leaves of the pole beans and squash (even though they’re … Continue reading

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Weekend!

My mom came to visit over the Memorial Day weekend and returned my camera to enterprise rental service in the process! Pictures to come…. will try to update text ever so often.

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Day 9: dirt with a side of worms, please.

Patrick went home for his sister’s graduation this weekend. I continued to work with Prof JJ to get plants in asap. Most of the plantings we intend to do take at least 6o days to mature. With all the rain … Continue reading

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