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Riverside Garden loves that sun!

At Riverside Dr. Charter we are starting with the basics in each class. The first rotation began the year in an almost empty garden-which was great! we planted LOADS of beans to help bring nitrogen to our soil, sugar snap peas, and flowers. With the weather still being quite warm, we were not ready to risk planting winter crops and have them bolt(when a plant prematurely goes to flower to produce seeds) or wilt in the heat.

We also had a mean infestation of tomato hornworms. Though disgusting, they provided wonderful learning opportunities about insects, life-cycles, and how to respect ALL living things in nature, even if they can be detrimental to our tomato plants 🙂

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